A Soldier with the 4th Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division (Light Infantry) uses the Rifleman Radio and Nett Warrior end user device of the Army's Network Capability Set (CS) 13 at Nangalam Base, Afghanistan. The Rifleman Radio, which is tested in the Unified Laboratory for Tactical Radios-Army (ULTR-A) facility, can be linked to the Nett Warrior, an Android-based smartphone-device that enables Soldiers to send messages, access mission-related applications and track one another's locations.

Army radio lab continues to grow

Following its opening earlier this year, the ULTR-A facility has continued to grow and cemented key partnerships in preparation for critical rounds of upcoming tests and the growing demand for tactical radio sustainment....READ MORE



To rapidly develop, field and support fully networked capability sets.


Connecting tomorrow's warriors


Brig. Gen. Daniel P. Hughes, Program Executive Officer


Mrs. Mary Woods - Deputy Program Exeuctive Officer for C3T

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