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Warfighter Information Network-Tactical

Definition/Scope: The Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T) is the Army XXI’s tactical telecommunications system consisting of communication infrastructure and network components from the maneuver battalion to the theater rear boundary. The WIN-T network is intended to provide command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) support capabilities that are mobile, secure, survivable, seamless, and capable of supporting multimedia tactical information systems within the warfighters’ battlespace. WIN-T would enable them to plan, prepare, and execute multiple missions and tasks simultaneously.



Use:

communication


Used For:

communication
information

Acronym:

WIN-T

Broader Terms:

Command and Control
Future Combat System
Global Information Grid
Multifunctional Information Distribution System Joint Tactical Radio System

Narrower Terms:

Collaborative planning
dominant maneuver
focused logistics
Information Management
precision engagement
situational awareness
Trojan Special Purpose Integrated Remote Intelligence

Related Terms:

JNN-N
JNTC-S
Trojan Special Purpose Integrated Remote Intelligence


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