Trident Warrior 2005 Naval Exercise Builds In Risk, Experimentation

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An announcement from secure messaging vendor Sigaba noted that the recent Trident Warrior ’05 annual FORCEnet exercise had experimentation and risk were built into the event, rather than being strictly a demonstration or showcase of proven technologies. That’s certainly a plus. Apparently, the primary goal was to deliver a supportable, sustainable warfighting capability, complete with Concept of Operations (CONOPS) and support training. The Sigaba secure email technology, deployed on all participating vessels, was being evaluated for potential use as a tactical messaging solution in the Allied-Coalition environment. FORCEnet is a component of the USA’s new Seapower 21 naval doctrine. For more information re: Trident Warrior ’05 goals, participating ships, and other relevant information, see Sigaba’s corporate release.

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