As part of its network modernisation programme, the US Army is addressing the physical configuration of its command posts (CP) with the joint government/commercial command post integrated infrastructure (CPI2) programme.
At the Association of the United States Army 2019 (AUSA 2019) annual conference in Washington in October, Elbit Systems of America revealed its Rhino CP shelter that will provide the basis for its contribution.
Lieutenant Colonel Rodney Bilbrew, product manager, CPI2, told Jane's that the programme is line of effort (LOE) four in the overall army network modernisation strategy. It is intended to reduce the vulnerability and improve the survivability of CPs in future conflicts against peer or near-peer adversaries.
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