General Dynamics Enhanced WIN-T Increment 2 Capabilities Begin Testing
OREANDA-NEWS. October 04, 2016. General Dynamics Mission Systems announced today that new and improved versions of two key Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T) Increment 2 capabilities have begun the test and evaluation process at
Integrated on HMMWVs instead of five-ton FMTVs, both the Tactical Communications Node-Lite
(TCN-L) and the Network Operations and Security Center-Lite (NOSC-L) feature a greatly reduced footprint and improved transportability for expeditionary operations (C-130 roll-on/roll off and CH-47 sling loadable). The TCN-L and NOSC-L provide the same networking and network management capability to command posts while reducing the complexity to install, operate and maintain the
"These capabilities provide the
Bill Weiss, vice president and general manager of the Ground Systems line of business at Mission Systems. "Additionally, the smaller footprint will result in reduced maintenance and logistics costs, which is crucial in today's resource-constrained environment."
Mission Systems has delivered four TCN-Ls and two NOSC-Ls to the
Additionally, Mission Systems is performing preliminary logistics and software evaluations on a TCN-L and a NOSC-L. Four additional TCN-Ls and one NOSC-L are currently in production and are expected to enter the test and evaluation process by the end of October.
WIN-T Increment 2 is the
General Dynamics Mission Systems is a business unit of