SPAWAR tests emerging technologies to improve warfighter readiness [Image 1 of 8]
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New Zealand Army Maj. Colin Huston (left) and Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command Reserve Capt. Dan Gruta operate the Ectocryp Black Secure Voice Gateway version 3.29 during Coalition Warrior Interoperability Demonstration 2011 at SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific. CWID is an annual exercise that focuses on technology discovery, risk reduction, and interoperability and enables NATO and coalition partners assess cutting-edge information technology under exercise conditions based on real-world-inspired warfighter and Homeland Security/Homeland Defense scenarios. SPAWAR, as the Navy's Information Dominance Systems Command, provides the tactical networks, space systems, and C4ISR assets and services to enable the critical command, control and coordination required by fleet operators.
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