Las Vegas, NV
Harrah's Las Vegas
The continuously evolving mission environment demands that solutions to operational problems be identified and deployed as rapidly as possible. No longer can commanders and troops afford to wait for communications and other equipment and capabilities to wind their way through the long acquisition process. This is especially true in the area of mobile, persistent C4ISR. Fortunately, a broad array of wireless technologies — some of them crossing over from the commercial arena, others targeting both commercial and military markets — are being developed and deployed to meet the net-centric communications, command and control, situational awareness, force tracking, intelligence dissemination, and targeting challenges facing the future warfighter.
Contact Name: Ken Hood
310 563 1210
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