The US Army has announced the modification of the Warfighter Information Network
- Tactical (WIN-T) program acquisition strategy. Under the revised strategy the
teams led by General Dynamics and Lockheed-Martin will provide a combined effort
to meet the US Army WIN-T requirements.
The US Army estimates that the WIN-T program could be worth as much as $10
billion along its service life, 20-30 years. Combining General Dynamics and
Lockheed-Martin teams is meant to get a cutting-edge system as well as to
synchronize WIN-T with current and planned programs.
WIN-T will become the US Army's integrated communications network, keeping
soldiers connected through a high speed, highly secure wireless net that will
deliver voice, data and video in real time. General Dynamics will act as the
prime contractor for the WIN-T program and Lockheed-Martin will be the major
subcontractor for approximately 50% of the program effort.
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