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Military’s Tactical Wireless Network Gets Full Operational Certification

big dataThe Defense Department’s tactical wireless network has achieved full operational capability certification.

The Combat Service Support Automated Information Systems Interface works to help users transfer data through local area network connections, the program executive office for enterprise information systems said Friday.

The Product Director Defense-Wide Transmission Systems held a ribbon-cutting ceremony on May 5 in Fort Belvoir, Va. for the FOC certification.

Forward deployed sustainment personnel send tactical information in real time through the CAISI network, the office says.

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