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The battlefield is unpredictable, the ability to communicate should not be. New updates to the U.S. Army’s tactical network, WIN-T, improve and simplify the ability for communications officers to ensure commanders and soldiers remain connected at all times. Read more about the new NetOps tools for WIN-T here: http://thesoldiersnetwork.com/news-1-16-2016-u-s-army-prepares-to-test-enhanced-network-operation-tools/
TAUNTON, Mass. -- To make it easier for Soldiers to manage the vast tactical communications network, the Army plans to operationally evaluate newly enhanced
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Governor McAuliffe of Virginia announced our public-private partnership of the MACH37 Cyber Accelerator program to support cyber security entrepreneurs across government, university, and industry sectors. By establishing these relationships, we can stimulate creativity and development, ensuring cybersecurity innovation for the future. http://bit.ly/GDMS-MACH37 #cybersecurity  
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe announced a new public-private partnership in December with General Dynamics, establishing an innovative funding and mentorship agreement for the MACH37 Cyber Accelerator program.
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When you join General Dynamics Mission Systems, you’ll become part of a world class team that inspires innovation. We're currently seeking and hiring software engineers at locations across the country - Learn more at: http://bit.ly/GDMS-Jobs
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Every day around the globe, General Dynamics' radios ensure planes land safely, isolated personnel are found, soldiers communicate securely and first responders have the communications they need to go where no one else can. Our radios are more than tools, they are lifelines. Click below to learn more  #Radios   #CSAR  
Radios Are More Than Tools, They Are Lifelines.Every day around the globe, General Dynamics' radios ensure planes land safely, isolated personnel are found, soldiers communicate securely and first responders have the communic...
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The New Mexico Dept. of Information Technology deployed its new General Dynamics-built 4G LTE Public Safety Network to support First Responders at the 2015 State Fair. Housed in a compact, easily deployed communications trailer known as the Cell on Wheels, the General Dynamics Public Safety Network provided always-on 4G LTE communications for real time sharing of information, access across all agencies and the ability to instantly deploy resources and make actionable decisions. Read more: http://bit.ly/1L0P9QP
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General Dynamics SATCOM Technologies Introduces New Earth Station Design for Simultaneous Ku- and DBS-band Television Transmissions. “The result is a sophisticated Earth station antenna that can simultaneously support direct broadcast satellite transmissions as well as fixed satellite transmissions over the Ku-band,” said Tim Shroyer, chief technical officer for SATCOM Technologies.   #GDSATCOM  
Design uses one Earth station antenna to replace multiple antennas operating on different satellite communication frequencies. KILGORE, Texas — General Dynamics SATCOM Technologies received a contract from PASCOM, a satellite...
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The future of U.S. Marine Corps’ avionics is the Common Aviation Command and Control System (CAC2S). It provides a clear picture of real-time events for commanders and aviators to organize multiple facets of air reinforcements: from medical evacuations to close air support for boots on the ground. After successfully testing the new system, the USMC recognized the CAC2S production team for record-breaking performance. http://bit.ly/1mi0Gj7
General Dynamics' CAC2S production team receives in-person recognition for delivering key program elements ahead of a highly aggressive production schedule.
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The PRC-155 Manpack Radio successfully connects with MUOS during U.S. Navy evaluations of its new satellite network. http://bit.ly/1ZqnFe3 #USNavy  
The General Dynamics' PRC-155 Manpack radio successfully provided voice and data communications with on-orbit Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) satellites.
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We deliver mission systems, subsystems and products for critical information, infrastructure and cyber platforms to advance customer missions. From the Intelligence community, Federal and Law Enforcement to Defense and Homeland Security, we create and integrate the systems that make things work so our customers can get things done. Click below to learn how we protect our customers’ sensitive information. http://bit.ly/GDMS-Cyber  #Cyber   #cybersecurity  
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Behind the scenes of the highly anticipated New Mexico State Fair was a team of public safety professionals working around the clock to keep 500,00 visitors safe. This year, first responders had a new tool to help them in this effort - a 4G LTE Public Safety Network built by General Dynamics. Click below to read the full story, watch video and much more. #FirstNet   #PublicSafety  
Set aside 12 days, dedicate 236 acres, add food, thrill rides, livestock exhibits, and musical entertainment and host 500,000 people, and you have the 2015 New Mexico State Fair. Behind the scenes of this highly anticipated a...
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The General Dynamics V14-HS Camera System features a high-sensitivity 3CMOS sensor that assures high contrast color imagery in dark, misty and foggy conditions. The V14-HS incorporates the latest image processing techniques including noise reduction, de-haze function and IR-Pass function to recognize the color and shape of the subject in low-light conditions with limited ambient light. The gyro-stabilized platform enables close observation of the subject from distance standoff ranges providing with a high degree of image stability. Learn more: http://bit.ly/V14-HS_Camera
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The U.S. military will benefit from an enhanced global tactical communications capability thanks to the successful deployment of the fourth Mobile User Objective System (MUOS-4) satellite launched early this morning from Florida’s Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. The satellite is the last one needed to complete the MUOS Earth-orbiting constellation. After the new satellite joins the MUOS constellation, four satellites will be in geosynchronous orbit around the Earth. #USNavy  #MUOS  
An Atlas V rocket, in the 551 configuration, stands ready to launch the Navy’s fourth Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) mission from Space Launch Complex-41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla. (Photo courtesy of Unite...
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General Dynamics Mission Systems connects users and protects their communications and information across the air, land, sea, space and cyber domains.
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Welcome to the Official Google+ page for General Dynamics Mission Systems. In January 2015, General Dynamics combined Advanced Information Systems and C4 Systems to form a new business unit called General Dynamics Mission Systems. We serve those who perform the toughest jobs, in the most challenging environments, in the most unpredictable situations. We develop, build, harden, secure, test and integrate complex communications systems, networks and products and provide the highest level of support solutions. Our customers span across global defense, civilian and commercial markets.