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- Defense Satellite Communications System : A currently operational U.S. system of military communications satellites, providing worldwide coverage among fixed and semifixed sites, with moderately high data rates
- Family of Advanced Beyond Line-of-Sight-Terminal : An open-architecture, spiral (i.e., evolutionary phases) development program for surface and airborne users of military satellite communications
- MILSTAR : The operational but obsolescent family of U.S. military communications satellites, optimized for providing survivable low to medium data rate communications under conditions of nuclear and electronic attack
- Satellite communications : Telecommunications that makes use of a high-altitude relay(s), usually artificial satellites in Earth orbits but potentially a relay in the atmosphere
- 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.
- Wideband Global Satellite : A new high-capacity satellite system, starting from commercial-off-the-shelf-technology, that the U.S. military began to operate in 2007