By CPT Kyle D. Barrett
The Network Modernization Roadmap illustrates our Army leaders’ strategy to fill capability gaps and make necessary improvements to network functionality that ensures American Soldiers remain the most lethal fighting force on the battlefield Let’s look at how we get to the future from where we are Today, the U.S. Army has tactical networks that connect commanders and Soldiers with voice and data capabilities to the lowest echelon.
By CPT Trenin D. Spencer
SFC Christopher L. Donald
SPC Ashley M. Ardiana
Computers have the ability to maximize work efficiency while reducing the costs of operations, which makes emerging military computer applications and ideas to leverage existing technologies for multiple military uses extremely desirable for our military. From battle tracking, fires integration, and airspace de-confliction to personnel management, education, and training management, the U.S. military has already integrated computers into the majority of its daily operations and will move to do so on an even greater scale as the ever evolving threat to our country mushrooms across all technology-enabled pathways.