April 18th, 2013

April 18th, 2013 Fort Lauderale, Fl - APA Wireless Technologies announced today that Randall Dietz and Eliot Fenton visited recently with congressional representatives in support of the U.S. Army’s Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T) program. The Army’s top modernization priority, WIN-T provides vital communications capabilities for soldiers and commanders on the move. APA Wireless Technologies provides critical frequency control products for the WIN-T network, which enhances soldier safety and effectiveness. Randall Dietz, Managing Partner said, “Each day, our employees work to make sure this critical communications capability reach the soldier. We’re proud to be part of such a vitally important Army program and we appreciate Congress support.” Led by prime contractor General Dynamics C4 Systems, the WIN-T network and other Army networking programs depend on support from a diverse group of suppliers. “Before WIN-T, commanders waited hours to get the information and intelligence they needed during a mission,” said Chris Marzilli, president of General Dynamics C4 Systems. “With WIN-T, they can make a conference call with team leaders while moving at 40 miles-per-hour, sharing what they know and what they are seeing in real-time. This is a life-saving advantage for our soldiers.” For more information about WIN-T, visit www.gdc4s.com/the_promise_of_WIN-T. To see a map representing the number of suppliers and jobs supported, listed state-by-state, visit www.gdc4s.com/ArmyNetworkJobs. WWW.APAWIRELESS.COM