U.S. Army fields anti-jamming GPS, plans for thousands more by 2028

Sixty-two of the first iteration of mounted anti-jam GPS devices were equipped into light armored vehicles in Germany over the past month, with thousands more scheduled to be installed into U.S. European Command vehicles by 2028, said Army leaders in charge of location data on future battlefields. Thomas Brading, Army News Service, reports.
Soldiers from 2-2 Stryker Brigade Combat Team move out in their Stryker during their training rotation at the National Training Center on Fort Irwin, Calif., Sept. 2, 2019. (Picture source: U.S. Army / Sgt. Ryan Barwick )

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