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Australian Army’s BMS gets workout

20th July 2015 - 09:41 GMT | by Gordon Arthur in Rockhampton


The Australian Army is gaining greater efficiencies with its Elbit Systems-sourced battle management system (BMS), as demonstrated during the recent Exercise Talisman Sabre in July.

‘It’s a process of change as much as it is technology… We’re at the stage where we have the technology; we’re now working out how to exploit it properly,' Lt Col Darcy Rawlinson, commanding officer of the 7th Combat Signals Regiment, told Shephard. 

The BMS works on a bearer backbone of Raytheon’s Enhanced Position Locating Reporting System (EPLRS) and Harris Corporation radios.

Australia has deployed Elbit System’s Tactical Operational Command and Control

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Gordon Arthur


Gordon Arthur

Gordon Arthur was the Asia Pacific editor for Shephard Media. Born in Scotland and educated …

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