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- AN- : U.S. military nomenclature for electronic equipment, following the Joint Electronics Type Designation System
- Air defense artillery : A combat arms branch of the United States Army, responsible for defending ground forces and the continental United States against aircraft and missile attack
- Brigade : A military unit of 3,000 to 5,000 soldiers, organized either for a combined arms combat function or a support role
- GRC-245 : A Canadian-developed, Enhanced High Capacity Line-of-Sight (HCLOS) radio, used in the U.S. Army Warfighter Information Network–Tactical and by a number of countries; it provides up to 34 Mbps of digital information transfer compatible with the Joint Tactical Radio System architecture
- Joint Network Node : A transportable communications routing and circuit-switching node, designed as a transition into the Warfighter Information Network-Tactical
- Mobile Subscriber Equipment : End user telephones and data access devices, at levels below division, by which U.S. military units connected to corps, echelons above corps, and national networks under the obsolescent TRI-TAC digital telephony architecture
- Private branch exchange : A telephone switch intended to interconnect the internal users of an organization as well as providing them with access to the Public Switched Telephone Network
- TRC-190 : A High Capacity Line of Sight (HCLOS) microwave radio, used with the Joint Network Node of the U.S. Army to provide high-speed connectivity between nodes.
- TTC-56 : A highly transportable U.S. Army digital voice and data tactical switching system, using routing and circuit switching technology
- Warfighter Information Network–Tactical : Deployed in several increments of increasing capability, this is the partially deplyed tactical communications system for the U.S. Army, which have far more bandwidth and is becoming a mobile "on the move" self-organizing network; sometimes called the "tactical internet" Through the Army Battle Command System, it interfaces to the Global Information Grid.