Accession Number ADA562283
Title WIN-T/JTRS Migration.
Publication Date 2010
Media Count 8p
Personal Author S. Long
Abstract This article serves as a progress report as well as a tribute to the many talented professionals who have collectively worked to overcome some very complex issues in the initiative to transition the military intelligence community out of the communications business through migration of the communications functionalities of Trojan Spirit systems to WIN-T. Mission specific systems and supporting networks have been resourced and developed for many years for a variety of valid reasons. In the case of MI, this situation goes back to the 1980 s when Mobile Subscriber Equipment was being developed and resourced. It was determined that it was not cost effective to address TS/SCI requirements in the MSE program as the Army moved forward to field MSE Army-wide as a Battle Command focused and secret- high system. This decision to go with a secret high secret high network set the stage for an agreement at HQDA between the ODISC4 and the G-2 that eventually resourced HQ CECOM and HQ INSCOM to develop the TS systems to meet operational TS/SCI requirements at echelons division and above.
Keywords Army
Battles
Communication and radio systems
Costs
Decision making
Forward areas
Migration
Missions
Mobile
Networks
Reprints
Requirements
Security


 
Source Agency Non Paid ADAS
NTIS Subject Category 62D - Information Processing Standards
45C - Common Carrier & Satellite
Corporate Author Army Signal Center of Excellence, Fort Gordon, GA.
Document Type Journal article
Title Note Journal article.
NTIS Issue Number 1225
Contract Number N/A

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