"It's completely different now to be an American citizen. It's a good feeling. I don't think anyone treated me differently because I wasn't a citizen; but it's a mental thing."
-Spc. Vivek Mishra, a chemical operations specialist born and raised in central India
From life in India to U.S. Army, Soldier sees the world
Next-Generation Wireless Communications for Logistics Applications
What is it?
Next-Generation Wireless Communications is a commercial-off-the-shelf technology integration effort focused on developing and integrating technologies to significantly enhance the visibility of Army and Department of Defense assets in both time and space.
What has the Army done?
The Army fielded the fixed, active radio frequency identification infrastructure in use today, in response to demands for in-the-box visibility. NGWC is the follow-on effort that is exploring the integration of cutting-edge wireless technologies with sensors, to provide significantly enhanced asset visibility, while reducing or eliminating fixed infrastructure and reducing the overall cost associated with asset visibility.
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