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All Rights Reserved.OverviewThe five Regional Hub Nodes (RHN’s), that sit on the Army’s large tactical network backbone known as PM Tactical Network (formerly Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T), enable the Army to deploy forces anywhere in the world in support of contingency operations, natural disaster, or emergency response. These RHN’s are the Army’s largest satellite and network transport nodes. They allow home bases to forward mission critical information to tactical units that are on the move and thousands of miles from home base; and provide those tactical users reach back capability to do the same.When the network was launched the intent was to provide remotely deployed units immediate access to data from their home mission commands that would help them fight in contested environments where they had to operate in small groups and independently, all while on the move. This vision fell short once the realities of operating a smaller tactical network over the PM Tacti...