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WIN-T A Climate of Change. Presented By: William Sverapa Deputy Project Manager, Warfighter Information Network - Tactical 16 June 2005. We Are Changing Our Name. PM Warfighter Information Network - Tactical To PM LandWarNet. P. a. r. k. ing. 909. 906. Y. a. r. d. P. a. r.

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win t a climate of change

WIN-T A Climate of Change

Presented By:

William Sverapa

Deputy Project Manager,

Warfighter Information Network - Tactical

16 June 2005

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We Are Changing Our Name

PM Warfighter Information Network - Tactical

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PM LandWarNet

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We Have MovedWIN-T PMO Complex
  • LEGEND
  • 909 PMO WIN-T
  • Admin
  • ADP
  • Graphics
  • Conference Center
  • 910 Pdm ESS
  • SMART-T
  • SCAMP
  • CPS
  • 911 RMD
  • PdM ESS
  • SECOMP-I
  • MIST
  • 912 PdM MST
  • Phoenix
  • LMST
  • LHGXA
  • 913 BMD
  • PdM MST
  • GBS
  • PD WIN-T
  • 915 PD WIN-T
  • 916 JTRS Cluster 5
  • 917 JTRS Cluster 1
  • TMD / NI

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PM WIN-T Programs

A family of systems that comprises these battle command systems

MCS

Maneuver Control

System

FBCB2

Force XXI Battle

Command – Brigade & Below

GCCS-A

Global Command & Control System-Army

JTRS Cluster 5

Joint Tactical

Radio System

JTRS Cluster 1

Joint Tactical

Radio System

IMETS

Integrated Meteorological System

DTSS

Digital Topographic

Support System

AIS

BCS3

Battle Command Sustainment & Support System

ASAS

All-Source Analysis System

Phoenix

Multiband SHF Terminal

WIN-T

Warfighter Information Network - Tactical

AMDWS

Air & Missile Defense Workstation

TAIS

Tactical Airspace

Integration System

AFATDS

Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Data System

SCAMP

Single Channel Anti-Jam Manportable program

SMART-T

Secure Mobile Anti-Jam Reliable Tactical Terminal

LMST

HC3

KaSAT

SECOMP-I

LHGXA

CPS

CSTP

GBS

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PM WIN-T CE-LCMC Pilot Programs

Life Cycle Phase: Production

SMART-T

Life Cycle Phase: Sustainment

SCAMP

Life Cycle Phase: Development

WIN-T POR

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WIN-T POR - Modified Acquisition Strategy
  • Two competitive contracts awarded to General Dynamics Government Systems Corporation and Lockheed Martin Mission Systems
    • Phase 1 is the “basic” contract for Pre-Milestone B Activities
    • Phase 2 was a priced option for SDD
  • WIN-T was originally envisioned to support Army’s Future Combat System (FCS)/Future Force
      • Initial fieldings in FY09 timeframe
  • Global War on Terrorism (GWOT) shifted the Army’s focus to the Current Force
  • Sept 2004: DAE Approved Combining Teams
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WIN-T
  • The Army’s integrating communications network, optimized for offensive and Joint operations. Together with JTRS, at the lower echelons, forms The Army’s tactical portion of the Global Information Grid
  • A high-speed, high-capacity backbone communications network reaching from the MBCTs and FCS Units of Action through the Unit of Employment to the strategic portion of the Global Information Grid
  • The replacement communications architecture for MSE, TRI-TAC, Trojan Spirit, applicable CSS VSAT and their network accesses
  • Owned, operated, and maintained by both signal and non-signal units

Significant Features

Space Layer

Airborne Layer

Ground Layer

Access

Layer

SATCOM

Air to Air LOS

Air to Ground LOS

Ground to Ground LOS

SWLAN

Fiber Connections

network architecture
Network Architecture

Commercial

Voice & Data nets

TELEPORT

Balanced 3 Tier Architecture

JointNetworks

SATCOM

NATO Networks

MSE/TRI-TAC/JNN

Allied Networks

UAV

HSOC

Interoperability

Tactical Portion of the GIG

Coalition Networks

Terrestrial

Voice, Data, and IA Design

Top Secret

phones

network

servers

cable

basestation

crypto

wirelessdevices

router

Unclassified

Secret

voice & network

servers

network

servers

phones

crypto

crypto

Wired

Wireless

VTC systems

VTC systems

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