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US Special Operations Command Is Looking For Better Eyes And Ears | Task & Purpose
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US Special Operations Command Is Looking For Better Eyes And Ears | Task & Purpose

Back in June, U.S. Special Operations Command announced a Joint Threat Warning System industry day to examine the newest and best gear for signals intelligence collection by American commandos downrange. Now, SOCOM has a better idea of the technology necessary to give special operations forces the eyes and ears they need to sniff out enemies on the battlefield.

On July 6, several SOCOM program offices (including the Joint Threat Warning System program manager and program executive officers for Special Reconnaissance, Surveillance, and Exploitation) released an expansive request for information regarding lightweight, low-powered body sensors to help special operations forces maximize signals intelligence gathering capabilities downrange, Soldier Systems first reported.

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