Raising the Combat-Ready Comms Bar

The U.S. Army is leveraging traditional mobile network integration to modernize Stryker and armored formations.

By Amy Walker, PM Tactical Network, PEO C3T

From Armor & Mobility, Fall 2021

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On-The-Move Communications Versatility

The latest in small, lightweight, and cost-efficient intercom system technology extends mission capability for any land, air, or maritime platform.

By Anita Olsen, Product Marketing Director, INVISIO

From Armor & Mobility, Fall 2021

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Balancing Protection and Life Cycle Sustainability

A privately-owned, Virginia-based company, capable of producing a wide range of armor solutions at very competitive prices, Advanced Armor Research Group, LLC (AARG) is an American manufacturing company focused on the supply of lightweight, passive armor systems engineered and tailored for private security, law enforcement, and military requirements.

By Michael J. Arlen, Ph.D., Director of Research and Development, Advanced Armor Research Group

From Armor & Mobility, Fall 2021

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Unleashing the Power of Emergence

The U.S. Army has long demonstrated the game-changing impact of investing in singular areas of scientific research. Army Futures Command is discovering new ways to combine multiple research outcomes to generate game-changing capabilities faster.

By Dr. Shawn M. Walsh and Mr. Mathew Correa, U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (DEVCOM)

From Armor & Mobility, Fall 2021

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Focusing Skills Proficiency to Achieve Advanced Force Health

From its role as a key DoD support entity for guidance surrounding the Department’s COVID-19 pandemic response, the Defense Health Agency (DHA) continues to serve as lead for Military Health System (MHS) protocol including MHS GENESIS electronic health record, TRICARE health benefits, and combatant commands stationed worldwide.

By LTG Ronald Place, Director, Defense Health Agency

From Combat & Casualty Care, Summer 2021

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