AN/TSQ-2000 Mobile Integrated Tactical Terminal (MITT)
Army TENCAP provides support to the division, armored cavalry
regiments, and other specialty commands by the Mobile Integrated Tactical
Terminal (MITT). The MITT is a highly mobile system that provides Corps and Division commanders with Tactical Exploitation of National Capabilities (TENCAP). The
MITT provides ETUT functionality in a a smaller and more mobile vehicle than a trailer,
the HMMWV. The MITT receives, processes and disseminates multi-disciplined information to the
users' location in the required timeliness. The MITT provides the tactical commander with combat support and improved command and control. The MITT system provides seamless multisource
intelligence receipt, transmission, and analysis of a wide range of intelligence
products from national, theater, and tactical collection assets.
The Mobile Integrated Tactical Terminal from Ft. Stewart deployed in support of Operation Desert Thunder.
MITT will be replaced by the Division Tactical Exploitation System (DTES).
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Created by John Pike
Maintained by Steven Aftergood
Updated Wednesday, January 26, 2000 3:37:29 PM