SAN DIEGO July 14, 2011 June 27, 2011 Apache Mesa, Arizona
AMF JTRS is designed to allow Airmen, Sailors, Marines and Soldiers to seamlessly share secure (NSA Type 1) voice, data, and video communications, in real-time.
Once completely fielded, AMF JTRS will link more than 100 platforms, providing connectivity to areas where no communications infrastructure previously existed. Airmen and Sailors will be able to synchronize with the Soldiers in the foxhole, providing near instantaneous awareness of the combat environment.
Apache David Koopersmith
Lockheed Martin’s AMF JTRS team includes BAE Systems, General Dynamics, Northrop Grumman and Raytheon.
Bethesda, MD $45.8 billion
SOURCE Lockheed Martin