The Unified Network is advancing the U.S. Army’s information dominance through the integration and deployment of enterprise-wide, network-centric information management, and communications to meet vital defense mission requirements, both current and future. This information dominance empowers our Nation’s warfighters to maintain land dominance by circulating decisive information to the proper communities, at the right time.
Communication programs equip the Army, its Soldiers, Joint Warfighters, and other mission and coalition partners with the tools needed to communicate effectively with each other through strategic information sharing, enterprise services, and command and control infrastructure.
Since 2021, MetroStar has provided program support to modernize the Army’s installation network infrastructure (voice, video, data, and connectivity installation capabilities) across the Continental United States (CONUS). Standardizing architecture and modernizing equipment strengthens the Army’s warfighting capabilities by increasing both network bandwidth and security.
These modernization efforts transform the Department of Defense’s (DoD) network into a centralized, more secure, operationalized, and sustainable enterprise. MetroStar engineers adeptly furnish, field, and assess a Unified Capabilities-ready infrastructure system, connecting desktops to the DoD information network, as well as support Home Station Mission Command Centers, CONUS-based Strategic Command Centers, and Tech Control Facilities.