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4/10 Mountain undergoes Capability Set 13 New Equipment Training

In January, soldiers with 4th Brigade, 10th Mountain Division (4/10) at Fort Polk, La., receive Joint tactical Radio System Enterprise Network Manager (JENM) outcomes-based training as part of the unit’s Capability Set (CS) 13 New Equipment Training (NET). The Joint Tactical Networking Center (JTNT) trained more than 30 network operators, including S-6 communications personnel, in the planning and configuration of HMS Manpacks, Rifleman Radios and Harris radios (AN/PRC 152A & AN/PRC 117G) using the JENM. 4/10, along with 3rd Brigade, 10th Mountain Division, based at Fort Drum, N.Y., were the first two brigades to be fielded with CS 13, the army’s first package of network communications equipment that provides an integrated connectivity throughout the entire Brigade Combat Team (BCT). Following several months of rigorous training, both brigades are slated to deploy with CS 13 systems later this year. (Photo credit: MAJ Major Rachael Hoagland, Assistant Product Manager (APdM), JENM Training & Fielding Support)



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Date Taken:01.14.2013

Date Posted:02.06.2013 09:07

Photo ID:828415

VIRIN:130114-O-#####-913

Resolution:1769x1504

Size:1.28 MB

Location:FORT POLK, LA, USGlobe

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