Wednesday, June 16, 2021

General Dynamics secures $28M contract for Army’s mobile tactical communications network

General Dynamics Mission Systems Inc. from Taunton, part of General Dynamics, was awarded a contract from the U.S. Army Contracting Command for servise’s mobile tactical communications network.

The company was awarded a new contract to procure post deployment software support service for the product manager Tactical Network Transport – On The Move (TNT-OTM) system and equipment.

The TNT-OTM enables mobile mission command; robust, secure reliable voice, video and data communications; and a real-time common operating picture from anywhere on the battlefield. TNT-OTM enables Soldiers operating in remote and challenging terrain to maintain network communications while on patrol, with connectivity similar to that of a stationary command post.

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Combat vehicles integrated with TNT-OTM communications, mission command and situational awareness allow commanders to lead from anywhere on the battlefield. Tactical Network Transport capability enables Soldiers operating in remote and challenging terrain to maintain voice, video and data communications, with connectivity rivaling that found in a stationary command post.

Integrate on a variety of tactical vehicles making the Army network more expeditionary and providing significantly increased agility and operational flexibility.

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