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US Army completes second 'Enterprise Challenge'

2nd August 2013 - 16:06 GMT | by Scott Gourley in California


The US Army has completed the second iteration of Exercise ‘Enterprise Challenge’ with the demonstration of its Distributed Common Ground System-Army (DCGS-A) capability.

Held at Fort Huachuca, Arizona in July, the exercise allowed the army to focus on interoperability while exploring new DCGS-A system capabilities.

Enterprise Challenge has replaced the earlier ‘Empire Challenge’ series of events series which focused on demonstrations of both system interoperability and coalition capabilities.

The DCGS-A programme is responsible for design, development, procurement, deployment and sustainment of an enterprise system that will replace the army’s multiple intelligence ground processing systems currently in the field.


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