Several shops here are supporting the
Depot personnel are streamlining the fielding process by performing tasks that until recently were handled by multiple vendors. In addition, tens of thousands of cables are being produced to meet customer needs.
The Nett Warrior program is pairing commercial-off-the-shelf smart phones with the AN/PRC-154 Rifleman Radio transmitter/receiver to display maps, troop positions and operational updates previously restricted to vehicles or hard-wired command posts.
"We pull everything together for testing, and then assemble the kits for fielding," said
To date, more than 900 kits containing items such as radios, ancillary items, smart phones, cables and chest mount pouches have been fielded.
One program official remarked that after conducting a survey of several depots,
Tobyhanna Army Depot supports Nett Warrior from cable manufacturing, field service representatives to communications systems, according to
Employees in the depot's communications shop integrates, boxes and organizes components into company sets and ships them to our fielding locations, he explained. They also helped start the lateral transfer process by loading information into the unit's property books.
Speight oversees all aspects of logistics, property accountability, supply, depot repair and supportability for the Nett Warrior and related products.
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