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NZ network-enablement project continues apace

9th September 2020 - 23:32 GMT | by Gordon Arthur in Christchurch


New Zealand continues to progress its four-phase Network Enabled Army (NEA) programme, with the first tranche on track to reach fruition next year. At the same time, personal equipment for Kiwi soldiers is being rolled out.

NEA Tranche One from 2015-21 is optimised for humanitarian assistance and disaster relief, stability and support operations. It includes a Common Command Post Operating Environment (CCPOE) and bearer network for a task group headquarters, as well as Mobile Tactical Command System (MTCS) for a rifle company.

The CCPOE is a deployable modular command post consisting of shelters, lighting, furniture, AV equipment, power and transportation …

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