Outfitting the UH-60 with resilient SATCOM capabilities (sponsored)
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The multi-mission UH-60 has a strong history of providing mission-critical support across the battlespace. Until recently, warfighters were limited with the information they receive, and how quickly they receive it. Outfitting the platform with resilient SATCOM capabilities allows for error-free, through-the-blades broadband and seamless roaming across multiple high-capacity broadband networks.
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