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Sgt. Anthony Peters, Joint Nodal Network Operator,


Sgt. Anthony Peters, Joint Nodal Network Operator,



Sgt. Anthony Peters, Joint Nodal Network Operator, 256th Signal Company, 17th Field Artillery Brigade, monitors the Satellite Transportable Terminal making sure connection to the Tactical Operations Center (TOC) is not disrupted in order for the brigade to stay connected with its Japanese army counterparts. "We can load up the Joint Nodal Network in the back of any truck and transport it anywhere the brigade needs it," said Peters. "It is communication on the move. We can set-up anywhere. We only get to fully set-up and connect a few times a year, so this is a great opportunity to refresh our skills while providing a valuable asset to the brigade," said Peters.





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