WASHINGTON (Army News Service, Oct. 23, 2015) — “Energy and water issues – operational energy, water and waste – these and other aspects of sustaining our force create vulnerabilities our enemies have in the past and will exploit in the future,” Richard Kidd said.
Archive for October, 2015
FORT BLISS, Texas (October 26, 2015) — The Network Integration Evaluation, better known as NIE, has a reputation of expediting Army modernization and enhancing technology to benefit Soldiers. The most recent NIE greatly expanded the scope of the exercise within a coalition environment, compelling those tasked with executing the event for the Army to face new challenges head-on.
FORT BLISS, Texas (Oct. 11, 2015) — During Network Integration Evaluation, or NIE, 16.1, Warfighter Information Network-Tactical, or WIN-T, the Army’s tactical communications network backbone supported an expanded exercise that included a coalition network, early entry airborne missions, and Army initiatives aimed at providing more expeditionary command posts.
JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD, Wash. (Oct. 23, 2015) — Five Soldiers camouflaged under thick vegetation crawl on their bellies through the woods, dragging weapons and heavy backpacks with them until they are within sight of a small compound of buildings.
WASHINGTON (Army News Service, Oct. 23, 2015) — “He exemplifies leadership through heart and mind, through logic and strength and civility. Throughout a consequential career, he’s earned a reputation for examining problems – and devising solutions – in innovative ways, and in doing so, has broadened our national security perspective, and helped to get our Army to the right place.”
FORT BLISS, Texas (Oct. 8, 2015) — During Network Integration Evaluation, or NIE, 16.1, the Army demonstrated technologies such as secure Wi-Fi to help make command posts more expeditionary, so commanders can out maneuver and outfox increasingly capable enemies.