Army’s PNT Programs Transition to PEO IEW&S

The Program Executive Office for Intelligence, Electronic Warfare & Sensors expanded its operational portfolio with the transition of Program Manager Positioning, Navigation, and Timing and its subordinate organizations.

PM PNT Tests Pseudolite Characterization and Performance

Last month, the Program Manager for Positioning, Navigation, and Timing (PM PNT) held a three-week test of Pseudolite characterization and performance—a component of the A-PNT program.

Army’s modernization command taking shape under freshly picked leaders

Defense News, Nov. 6, Jen Judson The U.S. Army’s new modernization command is beginning to take shape under freshly selected team leaders tasked to tackle each of the service’s top priorities, and acting Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy is ensuring those...

Army Still Working Long-Term Acquisition Strategy for PNT

By: Mark Pomerleau, C4ISRNet The Army is concerned about the capabilities of near-peer actors to be able to deny GPS signals to forces and systems in the terrestrial world. To address this broad problem set — termed position, navigation and timing,...

Leaders Tapped for Eight Cross-Functional Team Pilots

From Inside Defense, Oct. 27, Courtney McBride The Army has achieved initial operational capability for the first eight cross-functional teams tasked with pursuing senior leaders’ top modernization priorities, Inside the Army has learned. Acting Secretary...

(Video) PNT threats in the European theater

The U.S. Army’s Kevin Coggins outlines the positioning, navigation and timing (PNT) threat landscape in the European theater.

The Army is developing navigation tech to help the GPS-denied soldier

As the Army has grown increasingly reliant on GPS, that system has increasingly become the target of enemy intervention.  GPS can fail due to turbulent weather, bad communications links or enemy attack. The Army is concerned about how troops on patrol...

No GPS signal, no problem: Army works on ops in denied regions

As the military shifts resources to a more diverse set of actors and capabilities than the previous 15 years, it is taking into consideration battlefields in which access to GPS may be limited by adversarial efforts. The Army is looking at how it might...

What is the Army doing to assure GPS and navigation?

Mr. Kevin Coggins discusses Navigation Warfare at the May C4ISRNET Conference held in Arlington VA.

Warfighter Focused System Engineering

ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, MD. – Working together towards a common vision, Army partners recently came together to collaborate on critical Army positioning, navigation and timing (PNT) initiatives, technologies and capabilities necessary to support integrated...