Special Report

download-pdf
The Program Executive Office for Command, Control and Communications-Tactical takes on the arduous responsibility of maintaining the U.S. military's technical dominance as enemies evolve and modernize with new technologies.
Read More Here

The Program Executive Office for Command, Control and Communications-Tactical runs several programs that contribute to the United States' tech dominance on the battlefield.
Read More Here

The relocation of the Program Executive Office for Command, Control and Communications-Tactical will help the organization more efficiently and readily deliver much-needed support to warfighters in the field.
Read More Here

The Project Manager Battle Command office is consolidating tactical servers and developing a core architecture framework to deliver more useful command systems.
Read More Here

The Army is moving forward with Increment 2 of its Warfighter Information Network-Tactical program, which will deliver high-speed connectivity to warfighters on the move.
Read More Here

The Project Manager Mobile Electric Power is responsible for making sure that the troops on the ground get reliable energy sources to run the technological tools that give them an advantage over enemies.
Read More Here

The Project Director Communications Security is a new unit in the Program Executive Office for Command, Control and Communications-Tactical, and it is responsible for unifying the Army's network security and encryption.
Read More Here

The Force XXI Battle Command Brigade-and-Below/Blue Force Tracking system is in the midst of a major upgrade that will give warfighters more bandwidth and greater security for all communications sent via the system.
Read More Here

When warfighters deploy to a theater of action, they don't want to deal with "stovepipe fieldings," in which new systems and technologies drop into their hands without extensive training.
Read More Here

The Program Director Counter-Rockets, Artillery and Mortar will move to the Program Executive Office for Missiles and Space, where it will continue to fulfill its mission of protecting warfighters from unannounced attacks from heavy artillery.
Read More Here

U.S. troops in Afghanistan need plenty of support from NATO, Afghan and other international partners, and the Afghan Mission Network is critical to the coordination of their efforts.
Read More Here

The Program Executive Office for Command, Control and Communications-Tactical helped manage the transition from operations in Iraq to Afghanistan, especially for critical C2 systems, such as WIN-T.
Read More Here

The Program Executive Officer for Command, Control and Communications-Tactical's liaison officer is responsible for observing systems in action in the field and collecting recommendations for improvements, then relaying that information to headquarters so PEO C3T can acquire the right technology.
Read More Here

 PEO C3T