Over the last 20 years, TENCAP
SIGINT support systems have provided direct access to intelligence for commanders.
The common objective of the TENCAP
programs organized by the US services is to distill a tactical relevance from national capabilities, often through improved information dissemination and processing.
Last August, in a demonstration called Radiant Oak, the Navy conducted its first successful TENCAP
"war at sea" live-fire strike, exploiting near-real time off-board targeting data provided through TADIXS-B and Tactical Related Applications Broadcasts.
the All Source Analysis System, Unmanned Aerial Vehicle and TENCAP
efforts are managed by other program offices), but close coordination is maintained among all agencies developing IEW systems to assure interoperability.
Similarly, our numerous TENCAP
(Tactical Exploitation of National Capabilities) systems will eventually integrate into a single system, the Distributed Common Ground System-Army (DCGS-A).