General Dynamics’ Manpack Radio Supports Lockheed MUOS Tests

ManpackRadioTYSONS CORNER, VA, January 14, 2016 — The U.S. Army has used General Dynamics’ (NYSE: GD) two-channel AN/PRC-155 Mobile User Objective System manpack radio during a demonstration of the Lockheed Martin-built (NYSE: LMT) MUOS satellite network, ExecutiveBiz reported Wednesday.

“These radios connect the new MUOS network, bridging lower-tier tactical networks… to the big Army network, reaching back to Army personnel located in the most austere locations, ” Mike DiBiase, a vice president and general manager at General Dynamics Mission Systems, said in a press release published Tuesday.

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