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TROJAN SPIRIT is the Army's intelligence dissemination system that provides secure information connectivity to tactical commanders on the battlefield.
Under this award, CACI will continue providing integration, fielding, training and logistics services to help the Army deploy and maintain the TROJAN SPIRIT terminals worldwide.
While the Eighth Army G-2 had procured two Trojan SPIRIT systems, the Korean intelligence system primarily runs on DIVN-K.
The goal was to work shoulder to shoulder and identify any technical capability shortfalls in JNN using "measured" network traffic loads and profiles from operational Trojan SPIRIT and JNN networks as well as the IERs and Critical Operations Issues Criteria provided by the ICOE.
Agreement #1: No more Trojan SPIRIT Version 2 or 3 Systems will be resourced by the Army Staff once the fielding to Brigade Combat Teams is completed.
TROJAN SPIRIT JWICS connectivity allows data-base COMINT information exchange between the TES-FWD's internal databases and National intelligence repositories.
The second key commercial wideband system is Trojan Spirit. Trojan Spirit provides the critical Top Secret/Special Compartmented Information and wideband communications connectivity from deployed modular units to Theater and Homeland Security Operations Centers intelligence assets, and National Intelligence products and services.
Systems * Digital Topo Support System (DTSS) * Quick-Reaction System (NIMA) * Integrated Intelligence System (I2S) * All-Source Analysis System (ASAS) * Remote Workstations (RWSs) * Eagle-I (ELINT) * TROJAN SPIRIT II * JWICS Mobile Integrated Communications System (JMICS) Key: ELINT - Electronic intelligence TROJAN SPIRIT II - TROJAN Special-Purpose Integrated Remote Intelligence Terminal II Topo - Topographic Figure 4 Geospatial Products * Imagery analysis * Photomaps * Gridded reference graphics * Mosaics * Perspective views * 3D anaglyphs * Operational fly-throughs * LOS analysis * Lines-of-communication analysis * Map enlargement Figure 5 Responsibilities of the 101st Airborne Division's Intelligence Elements.
The backbone of the intelligence architecture supporting TF Falcon proved to be the Trojan Special Purpose Integrated Remote Intelligence Terminal II (Trojan SPIRIT II).
We had a TROJAN Special-Purpose Integrated Remote Intelligence Terminal II or TS II (TROJAN SPIRIT II) with the surveillance troop and TROJAN Lite with the MI company and brigade TOC.