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Hughes guides Army's push to provide mission command anywhere

Feb. 25, 2014 - 05:47PM   |  
By C4ISR & NETWORKS STAFF   |   Comments
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The Army is in the midst of a major effort to provide mission command anywhere at any time in a tactical environment, to provide secure on-demand networking, to fight through cyber attacks, and to implement transparent operations for collaboration on the battlefield.

On the frontlines of those efforts is Brig. Gen. Daniel Hughes, program executive officer for Army PEO C3T (Command, Control, Communications-Tactical), one of the military’s key acquisition commands, and its annual acquisition budget is about $3 billion. Hughes and PEO C3T have responsibility for all Army radios, all Army SATCOM, Army situational awareness, and on-the-move communications.

Hughes will discuss PEO C3T’s networking technology acquisition plans and the thinking about new capability development in a C4ISR & Networks Command Conversation webcast on March 14 at 10:30 a.m. Register for this free webcast here.

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