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The Program Executive Office Command Control Communications-Tactical (PEO C3T) develops, acquires, fields and supports the U.S. Army's tactical communications network — a critical Army modernization priority that brings information dominance to current and future Soldiers. A robust, secure, intuitive network is a key enabler for an agile, expeditionary Force 2025, providing operational flexibility and enhancing leaders' situational awareness in support of decisive mission command.

PEO C3T is delivering the network to austere regions around the globe, enabling high-speed, high-capacity voice, data and video communications to a user base that includes the Army's joint, coalition and other mission partners.

PEO C3T technologies allow soldiers in tactical vehicles to plan and execute their missions while on the move across the battlefield, tracking friendly and enemy force locations on a digital map. Capabilities fielded by PEO C3T allow soldiers to digitally call for fires, accurately engage their targets, send text messages reporting enemy locations or requesting medical help, and track unit readiness and equipment availability. PEO C3T is increasing competition in its network and mission command system procurements in order to deliver enhanced capability for the soldier while lowering costs for the Army.

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