TACPs are the principal Air Force liaison elements with the Army and the special operations communities. TACPs advise and assist the ground commander in planning, directing, and coordinating, close air support (CAS) missions. TACPs provide terminal attack control and deconfliction of a CAS aircraft with supporting indirect fire, Army rotary wing, or intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance assets within the area of operations to prevent fratricide.
The MCS provides four radio channels supporting legacy and next-generation waveforms with an extremely user-friendly interface. The system also provides local area network, full motion video receiver, digitally-aided CAS, and global positioning system capabilities. The result is maximized efficiency of mobile voice and data interoperability throughout the battlespace, effectively shortening the TACP kill chain.
“I can say as a member of the TACP community, our MCS is the most critical technology improvement in the last 30 years,” noted Mathew Denault, TACP SME/Lead Engineer at iGov. “TACPs will be at the cutting edge of next generation voice and data communications.”
iGov is an employee owned systems integrator and Value Added Reseller, specializing in delivering mission-centric C4I solutions to its government customers. iGov deploys its people, expertise, and processes to execute full lifecycle enterprise and tactical programs in the following areas: Tactical Networking, Software Development, Systems Engineering, Communications Systems, and C4I Platform Integration. For more information, visit www.igov.com.
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