General Dynamics Mission Systems2020-04-01T17:02:12+00:00

Project Description

General Dynamics Mission Systems, a business of General Dynamics.

For more than 50 years, General Dynamics C4/ Mission Systems has developed lifesaving communication products, integrating them into secure networks that deliver vital information for military, homeland security and public safety professionals. The company maintains operations in 43 states and 20 countries, employing more than 7,500 workers worldwide.

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Government and Military
Squire Tech Solutions:

pCom XL Satellite Trailer
LTE Trailer for FirstNet
Broadband Satellite Internet
Vehicle Coms Integration Services
Public Safety Phone and Internet Backhaul
Secure Safety Networks
Cellular Trailer for Public Safety

Connecting and Informing
Architect of the Soldier’s Network, General Dynamics C4/Mission Systems is the prime contractor for the U.S. Army’s tactical network, the first secure, high-speed broadband communications network for the Army. The Warfighter Information Network – Tactical (WIN-T) is a mobile, command, control and communications network that securely connects soldiers with team members, commanders and headquarters from even the most isolated locations on Earth. Connecting soldiers to WIN-T Increment 2 are the General Dynamics C4 Systems-developed AN/PRC-155 two-channel Manpack and AN/PRC-154A Rifleman tactical radios that ensure soldiers’ voices are heard, their texts received and their location continuously visible to commanders for the first time.
The next extension of the Soldier’s Network consists of the four integrated ground segments of the U.S. Navy’s new Mobile User Objective System (MUOS). The General Dynamics C4/ Mission Systems-built MUOS ground segments are located in the United States, Australia and Italy. Using a MUOS enabled PRC-155 Manpack radio, military and government personnel on the ground will use a personal ten-digit number for cell phone-like connectivity to the MUOS communications satellites.