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Mobile satellite system reduces communication gaps, increases naval interoperability - Cpl. Clayton A. Phillips, a network administrator with 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit, tests the connectivity of Networking On-the-Move Airborne during flight operations from the amphibious assault ship, USS America. NOTM, a critical Force Design 2030 capability, is a mobile, satellite communication system that allows Marines to connect to networks and communicate while mobile or stationary on the battlefield. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Brienna Tuck)
Mobile communication system brings networks to the tactical edge - Imre Kovacs, a vehicle integration specialist at Marine Corps Systems Command, instructs Cpl. Joshua Deleon on how to distinguish cables in the Networking On-the-Move system during Island Marauder’s Network Integration Event July 16, aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii. Fielded in 2013, NOTM is a satellite communication system that enables Marines to communicate while mobile on the battlefield. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Matt Gonzales)
Integration event enables Marines, engineers to interact - Capt. Julian D’Orsaneo, MCSC’s exercise director for Island Marauder, demonstrates the AN/PRC-117G radio July 18, aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii. In July, more than 50 subject matter experts, engineers and Marines congregated aboard MCB Hawaii to measure the effectiveness and interoperability of nearly a dozen of Marine Corps Systems Command’s satellite communication equipment in preparation for Island Marauder 2019. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Matt Gonzales)
Marine Corps adds MV-22 Osprey to Networking On-the-Move family of systems - Ground communications specialist Marines train on configuring and operating the Networking On-the-Move-Airborne Increment II. This month, Marine Corps Systems Command fielded the first NOTM-A Inc. II System to the 22nd Marine Expeditionary Unit to enhance their ability to communicate in the air. (U.S. Marine Corps photo courtesy of Chris Wagner)
MCTSSA trains Marines on Networking On-the-Move - U.S. Marine Corps Pfc. Kirsten Adams (right), a radio operator with Combat Logistics Battalion 5, 1st Marine Logistics Group, receives over-the-shoulder Networking On-the-Move training from Dylan Cummiford (left), a NOTM analyst supporting MCTSSA’s Operating Forces Support Group, aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, Sept. 12. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sky M. Laron)
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