Communication tools used for special operations forces have to be able to provide secure data, video and voice transmission without a lot of bulk. Increasingly, the Navy SEALS, Army Rangers, Air Commandos, and other special operations forces are able to use small, agile tools to communicate securely. "The technology evolution we are seeing now allows devices to interoperate on multitude of host nation networks while still providing an acceptable level of security and protection without the cost or manpower of deploying private networks," said Chris Herndon, chief technology officer and vice president of the national security group at SRA International.

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