WINS tracks Soldier movement without GPS

WASHINGTON — When Global Positioning System satellites can't be seen due to dense jungle canopy, or they are blocked due to enemy interference, Soldiers will still be able to track their location digitally using the Warfighter Integrated Navigation System.

During the DOD Lab Day, May 14 at the Pentagon, Osie A. David, a researcher with Communications Electronics Research Development and Engineering … Read More


Owning the Environment: Current trajectory in Army visual sensors

ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. — The development of night vision technology, which began during World War II, expanded the environments in which the United States military could operate because night missions were now possible giving the Soldier an advantage over adversaries.

Today the military still depends on technological advancements that … Read More

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