Convergence: Merging Army Networks to Reduce Complexity, Maintain Capabilities for 2025 and Beyond

MAJ Greg Napoli and CW3 Roosevelt Williams | Army Capabilities Integration Center | May 4, 2015

Army Command Posts (CPs), which are unit headquarters where the commander and staff perform their activities, are often supported through a series of unconnected computer networks. In fact, four separate computer networks support Mission Command, Intelligence, Logistics, and Telemedicine. These network systems provide considerable capability to the Commander, but require a large physical footprint that increases cost, complexity and reduces CP maneuverability.

Army Capabilities Integration Center | 5/4/2015

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