DOT&E finds downsized WIN-T elements 'operationally suitable,' notes limitations in training, access

By Courtney McBride / January 17, 2018 at 11:16 AM
A new report deems successful the Army's efforts to reduce the size and complexity of elements of its tactical network, but is based on testing that failed to examine a key -- and much maligned -- aspect of the system. The document, issued Nov. 28 and obtained by Inside Defense , assessed the "operational effectiveness, operational suitability, and survivability" of two elements of the Warfighter Information Network-Tactical: the Network Operations and Security Center-Lite and the Tactical Communications Node-Lite. The...

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