Release date: 8/31/2018
Wednesday, September 12, 2018 — Tactical Communications Group’s (TCG) newest gateway, TDL Hub and Network Translator (HUNTR™), played an important part in the Rim of the Pacific Exercise (RIMPAC) 2018, the world’s largest international maritime warfare exercise. TCG was able to successfully demonstrate HUNTR to the US and Allied Special Forces units. The gateway was successful in creating a solid link between Link 16 and VMF participants in the exercise, resulting in shared situational awareness between the JTAC and participating aircraft.
TCG proved the capability to provide technical and tactical solutions to a variety of forces operating in a multitude of environments. “Gateway capability, Link 16 expertise, operational and planning expertise, and ultimately the ability to think through challenges in order to find an effective solution is where TCG earned its place among the elite warriors within the special operations realm,” says Brian Bass, Program Manager for US Army and Special Forces, of TCG. “TCG recognizes the importance of bringing the robust and actionable information from Link 16 to warfighters on the tactical edge of the battlefield. We were pleased to be invited to join the exercise and that our new HUNTR product was able to support so many of its participants”, said Michael Hiney, TCG’s President and CEO.
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Tactical Communications Group (TCG) was founded in 2001. TCG’s charter is to be the leading provider of TDL–based software solutions for test, training and operational users worldwide, leveraging TCG’s comprehensive family of software products and turnkey systems. TCG is located at 2 Highwood Drive, Tewksbury MA. For more information on TCG, please visit www.g2tcg.com or call us at +1 978-654-4800.