NCIA modernises NATO's core communications infrastructure

by Olivia Savage

The NATO Communications and Information Agency (NCIA) completed the modernisation of NATO's core infrastructure in January, the NCIA announced on 16 March.

Andreas Hutzenlaub, acting chief of Network Services and IT Infrastructure at NCIA, informed Janes on 17 March that the agency worked with British Telecom (BT) to upgrade NATO's communication network.


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SOCOM explores new Tactical Mission Network concept

by Carlo Munoz

A US Air Force Special Operations Weather Technician sends intelligence to the Reconnaissance Operations Center during the Marine's Reconnaissance Team Leader Course's final exercise on 31 October 2017. SOCOM is soliciting industry proposals to improve its Global Analytics Platform to process, exploit, and disseminate battlefield intelligence. (US Department of Defense )

US Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) is exploring a new edge networking concept, focused on operationalising chat and data-sharing environments patterned closely after commercial applications like WhatsApp, Signal and Facebook Messenger.


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FlashHawk COMINT/CESM suite enters production

by Richard Scott

FlashHawk is designed to enable small airborne platforms to perform 3D geolocation of communications emitters. (Avantix)

French electronic warfare (EW) house Avantix has begun initial production of its FlashHawk airborne communications intelligence/communications electronic support measures (COMINT/CESM) system in anticipation of launch orders.


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US naval officials plan to conduct more Arctic operations

by Michael Fabey

USMC and NATO forces trained for Arctic operations during Exercise ‘Cold Response 2022‘ in Norway. (Michael Fabey)

The US Navy (USN) and US Marine Corps (USMC) will be conducting more operations in the Arctic, according to officials from both services.

”In both Alaska and frankly in Europe, we‘re going to more frequently deploy smaller units for two to four weeks at a time,” General David Berger, USMC commandant, testified on 18 May before the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Defense during its hearing on the fiscal year (FY) 2023 USN and USMC budget request.


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