Special Report: PEO C3T

Introduction

Introduction from the Program Executive Officer

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Programs & Capabilities

The Army’s Program Executive Office for Command, Control and Communications-Tactical (PEO C3T) delivers integrated capabilities that include power, the satellite communications network, radios, command post infrastructure and the applications used to collaborate the battle, share common operating picture data and intelligence, as well as fires planning tools, airspace management, situational awareness, logistics and other capabilities.

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New Battle Command Strategy 

During fall 2009, Project Manager Battle Command (PM BC) launched the development of the Battle Command Collapse strategy, which will shift the Army’s family of uniquely distinct tactical functional applications with unique data storing and sharing mechanisms and collapse these systems towards a consolidated software product line. The strategy will establish a common architecture for current battle command and control systems and future capabilities to significantly enhance the ability of commanders and staff to effectively conduct collaborative mission planning and execution across a range of operations and the spectrum of conflict.

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WIN-T Increment 2 Steps Closer to Field

Just as a Blackberry network enables business managers to stay connected out of the office, so, too, will Warfighter Information Network-Tactical Increment 2 (WIN-T Inc 2) enable commanders on-the-move to stay connected to the digitized systems they use to plan the battle.

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USF: Phased Approach to Fielding the Army

Throughout the world, Army Team C4SIR capabilities allow units to see, plan, communicate and coordinate the battle in an integrated fashion.

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SATCOM Systems Improve Awareness

Since the inception of the missions in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Army’s Program Executive Office for Command, Control and Communications-Tactical (PEO C3T) has been called upon to acquire and field the networked battle command solutions to enhance the warfighter’s perspective over vast terrains.

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Chief Warrant Officer Reflects on Deployment 

From the National Training Center (NTC), Fort Irwin, Calif. prior to his last deployment to Iraq, chief warrant officer three Benjamin Talbert crashed and re-built his own Tactical Assault Command Post servers to ready himself for each network crisis that might occur in theater.

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Powering the Warfighter to Victory 

Established after the Vietnam War to reduce the proliferation of more than 2,000 different makes and models of power generation equipment, Project Manager Office for Mobile Electric Power (PM MEP) is assigned the mission of providing standardized, tactical, electric power systems to power the battlefield for all of DoD’s services.

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Colonel Helps Share CPOF 

Across the Coalition, casualties might occur when commanders can’t communicate across boundaries to clear fires and inform others of restricted operation zones. Disjointed movements across the battlefield will arise when one nation is unaware of the other’s actions.

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These Are Not Your Father’s Radios 

An unidentified man drives up to a coalition checkpoint in Afghanistan. The U.S. Solider manning the post takes a picture of the man and sends the image over his radio to the server at his company command post. The reply?  Seize and detain.

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Fielding and Training the GRRIP

Headquarters Department of the Army, Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence (DCSINT) tasked the Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communications-Tactical (PEO C3T) to act as the procurement agent for the Army, other Department of Defense organizations and government executive departments/agencies that may require an early entry communications capability that is small, light weight and easy to use.

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VICTORY Over “Bolt-On” Integration 

While deployed in the close quarters of a Stryker in 2003, Col. Buddy Carman arduously monitored three separate display screens along with the five GPS units that fed his various battle systems. Today, an open architecture is being standardized across platforms to eliminate these and other redundant components while reducing size, weight, power and cost.     

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PEO C3T Program Review & Vision Guide.pdf