Nett Warrior: Initial Operational Test and Evaluation Report
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE WASHINGTON DC OPERATIONAL TEST AND EVALUATION
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Nett Warrior is a Soldier-worn mission command system that supports the mission of the dismounted combat leader. The Nett Warrior graphically displays the location of an individual leader, other leaders, friendly vehicles, and enemy activity on a digital geo-referenced map image. It is connected through a secure radio to the Soldier Radio Waveform SRW network and enables communicate among different echelons using voice, data, and Position Location Information PLI message. This report provides an operational assessment of the Nett Warrior System. It is based on the results of the Nett Warrior Initial Operational Test and Evaluation IOTE the Army Test and Evaluation Command ATEC conducted at White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico, and Fort Bliss, Texas, in May 2014, and at Fort Polk, Louisiana, in November 2014.
- Radio Communications
- Command, Control and Communications Systems