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Army Testing Web-Based CPCE Command & Control Support Platform

The U.S. Army conducted its final Network Integration Evaluation for the web-based command post computing environment through various electronic warfare exercises at Fort Bliss in Texas, National Defense reported Monday. In November, over 1,900 service members assessed the CPCE command-and-control support system to improve the platform ahead of its fielding in 2019. During its initial testing, the CPCE integrated four platform functions and operated as command post of the future, tactical ground reporting system, command web and global command-and-control system.

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Devon Bistarkey: Army Continues Push to Develop Common Operating Picture

The U.S. Army has completed an operational assessment of the second version of the Command Post Computing Environment picture approach at a Network Integration Evaluation 16.2, the service branch \said May 6. Devon Bistarkey writes soldier feedback from the assessment will be used to help develop new features that deliver a common operating picture from a common …

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Army Commences Network Integration Evaluation to Test Updated Tactical Comms Equipment

An estimated 2,000 U.S. Army soldiers will test updates to the service branch’s tactical communications equipment at the two-week Network Integration Evaluation 16.2 event that kicked off Monday. The soldiers from the 1st Armored Division of the Army’s 2nd Brigade Combat Team will conduct combined arms maneuver missions at Fort Bliss to build on previous NIE efforts to …

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