Enhanced Tactical User Terminal (ETUT) (U)
(S) The Enhanced Tactical Users Terminal (ETUT) is a van-mounted, ground transportable system used to correlate and integrate data for analysis and reporting. There are currently six ETUTs deployed: four are at corps level and two are at EAC.
Description User Impact Programmatics Images Related Initiatives Related Requirements Related Categories Road Map Placements Additional Hotlinks Lead Office POC
(U) ETUT utilizes SUCCESS radio, MSE, AUTODIN, STU-III/Fax for communication with UHF SATCOM, FLTSAT, Trojan Spirit, tactical users, and other Army TENCAP Systems. The ETUT can be palletized for transport on C-130/C-141 aircraft and can drive on/off of C-5/C-17 aircraft.
User Impact (U):
Related Initiatives (U):
Name Title AEPDS Advanced Electronic Processing and Dissemination System (AEPDS) EPDS Electronic Processing and Dissemination System (EPDS) This Table Is Unclassified.
Related Requirements (U):None.
Related Categories (U):
Name Title Army TENCAP Army Tactical Exploitation of National Capabilities (TENCAP) This Table Is Unclassified.
Road Map Placements (U):
Name Title ISR SPACE FORCE ENHANCEMENT: INTELLIGENCE SURVEILLANCE AND RECONNAISSANCE This Table Is Unclassified.
Requirements, Funding and Additional Hotlinks (U):
Lead Office (U):
Point of Contact (U):
(U) Army Space Program Office (ASPO), ASPO, Open Phone: (703) 275-5616, DSN 235-5616.
Date Of Information (U):
(U) 07 May 1998
(U) Road Map Production Date: 12 July 1999
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