Harris Corporation has received a $228 million contract order from the U.S. Marine Corps to provide Falcon II AN/VRC-104 high frequency radios for use in MRAP-all terrain vehicles (M-ATVs). The AN/VRC-104 radio systems will provide secure, beyond line of sight communications for the new class of armored vehicles.
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What does the United States need to make its efforts in Afghanistan successful? According to Dr. Linton Wells II, the answer is sharing unclassified information.
SIGNAL welcomes Dr. Linton Wells II as the new Incoming columnist.
It's almost time for students to head back to school. Don't contribute to the insignificance of human learning by failing to understand Shakespeare. Use the free Shakespeare app for access to the literary genius' complete works. The application features the full text of all 40 plays as well as the Bard's six poems and 154 sonnets.
"The days of the linear battlefield are long over with. In today's asymmetrical environment, it's probably more important than ever to know not only where the bad guys are, but where the friendlies are."--Maj. Theo Kang, USA
SIGNAL Magazine and AFCEA wish everyone a safe and happy New Year!
If a recipe has more than three ingredients or doesn't require a can opener, I'm lost. Kitchen savvy I'm not, but I do like to eat, so I have to learn some cooking skills to keep my stomach happy. The Betty Crocker Mobile Cookbook can help hungry folks like me learn to create edible, even tasty, recipes.
On January 12, AFCEA's Small Business Committee will be hosting "Federal Legislative Overview" as part of its Small Business Toolkit Series. The guest speaker for the event is Gregory Willis, counsel for the U.S. Senate Committee on Small Business and Entrepreneurship.
"There simply isn't enough money for us to reinvent the wheel. If there is a capability out there that we can leverage, that certainly is what we want to do. We're looking for industry partners that intuitively understand that in their DNA."--Bob Poor, assistant program manager for the DCGS-N
President Obama has named Howard A. Schmidt the new White House Cybersecurity Coordinator.