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Washington View: Not There Yet; DOD Report Says M-Code Capability Lags

Updated: Apr 27

Warfighting systems rely on GPS to provide cyber-secure and accurate positioning, navigation and timing (PNT). A recent Department of Defense Operational Test and Evaluation (DOT&E) report examined, along with all U.S. tactical weaponry, the adequacy of current GPS equipment, test strategies and plans for future operational effectiveness. It found some causes for concern.

Topics: Military; GPS; M-Code; GPS Enterprise Test and Evaluation Master Plan; E-TEMP; DOT&E review of status; deficiencies and time lags

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