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We did need to use some of our organizational equipment, such as our Command Post Node and accompanying "category 5" cable for digital communications, laptops we could carry, a 10,000-watt generator for power, a light set, and several printers.
The Army signal architecture for the tactical Internet is organized to have a joint network node (JNN) at the brigade level and a command post node (CPN) at the maneuver battalion level.
The 529th Network Signal Company provides network support to the entire brigade in addition to providing two command post node equipment and teams in support of Task Force Leader.
This low density creates a problem when separated; as an example if one member of a four man command post node team isn't trained to standard, it creates huge impacts on the overall mission.
5 million firm-fixed-price sole source contract (W15P7T-05-C-G204) for 14 Joint Network Node Satellite Communication Trailers and 38 Satellite Communication Battalion Command Post Node Trailers.
Our Soldiers are able to support Joint Network Node at brigade and division, battalion command post node at battalion, and WIN-T network with it," added Wilson.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The first solution was to provide customers access to enterprise services via SIPR, NIPR Access Points, Command Post Nodes, and Joint Network Nodes.
The first solution was to provide customers tactical communications via SIPR NIPR Access Points, command post nodes, and joint network nodes.