June 7, 2012

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Army photograph by Claire Heininger Schwerin

The Network Integration Evaluation 12.2 was the third and largest such event the Army has held to date, requiring the 2nd Brigade, 1st Armored Division to assess the network’s performance while stretched across vast distances and punishing terrain at White Sands Missile Range, N.M. Soldier feedback and test results from NIE 12.2 will validate and finalize Capability Set 13, the first integrated package of tactical communications gear that will be fielded to eight brigade combat teams starting in October.




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