The sleeper hit of the U.S. Army’s fiscal 2013 budget proposal may just be its network and communications modernization program, as encapsulated in the Network Integration Evaluation effort that takes place twice a year at Fort Bliss, Texas. It’s there that the Army puts an entire Brigade Combat Team (BCT) in the field to take part in weeks of operational assessments of dismounted and vehicle-mounted radios, handheld devices, sensors and surveillance equipment, while linking them though ...
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