Harris Corp Radios Don’t Meet U.S. Army’s Needs, Tester Says

  • Radio’s limitations forced military units to change tactics
  • Army, which may buy up to 10,000 radios, disputes results

The Army should consider not buying a new Harris Corp vehicle radio designed to improve and increase the transmission of voice, video and data with command posts because it “did not meet commanders’ operational needs,” according to the Pentagon’s top weapons tester. The Army disagreed.

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