The US Army is working on a new program to build machine tools to help the Army’s forces understand their capabilities and communicate with each other and the broader community, Army officials said.
The goal is to provide tools that can help the units in a timely manner.
The tool development process is a two-step process, the Army said in a statement.
Once the Army has acquired a tool, it will be sent to the relevant department, which will develop a new tool to make it more efficient and to help meet Army needs.
The Army has already begun the two-stage process.
For the first phase, the software will be developed by the Army and deployed to a small group of Army soldiers in an infantry battalion.
After this, the tool will be used to help soldiers better understand how their equipment works, what it does and what the Army is trying to accomplish, the statement said.
The software will then be integrated into an Army unit’s communications network.
The software will also be used by Army personnel and their teams to better understand their team and the environment in which they operate.
The Army has a long history of providing software to help support its mission, which is to support the Army in the field and to support its personnel in the military, the soldiers’ statement said, adding that the program was being developed for the Army at Fort Benning, Georgia.