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Internal Army Report's Damning Conclusion on a System Meant to Protect Our Troops


"They expect that the Army’s going to give them the very best."

The Distributed Common Ground System – Army is the Army’s Intelligence component that according to Army's website "gathers intelligence spanning all echelons from space to mud. DCGS-A enables decision makers to save lives right now by gathering, analyzing and sharing intelligence information into a common system." The software system, however, has been criticized for being faulty and failing soldiers in the battlefield. Photo courtesy of the U.S. Army.\n

In January, members of the 82nd Airborne Division's 1st Brigade Combat Team trained to track enemy combatants and bombs were inputing data into a $4 billion software system developed by the Army.

The software was intended to give military analysts the life-saving tools they needed to be one step ahead of the enemy.

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