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PEO-TIS continued high performance and made significant accomplishments across the portfolio while serving as technical experts in ISR, tactical communications, and specialized communication systems.

IDENTITY INTELLIGENCE AND EXPLOITATION (I2E): Transitioned program management responsibilities to the Naval Information Warfare Center-Atlantic increasing collaboration across SOF and conventional services’ forensics and biometrics communities. I2E developed Next-Generation Multimodal Handheld Biometric Systems with contactless biometric capture technologies. I2E received four fielding and deployment releases for new technologies increasing chemical exploitation capabilities of the Exploitation Analysis Capability. 

INTEGRATED SENSOR SYSTEMS (ISS): Developed and tested a variety of state-of-the-art capabilities for integration into the Joint Threat Warning System (JTWS) and the SOF Signals Intelligence Processing, Exploitation and Dissemination (SILENTDAGGER) System. This included operational testing of Maritime carry-on/carry-off ELINT system, a first for SOF Maritime, and fielding of Next-Generation Airborne Sensor and Antenna providing longer stand-off ranges after a successful Combat Evaluation.

REMOTE CAPABILITIES (RC): Launched two cube satellites enabling initial testing on signals of interest and detection of unattended sensors. Delivered capabilities leveraging National Technical Means. Continued development of MQ-35A V-BAT enabling Next-Generation SOF ISR. Completed testing, procurement, and/or delivery of over 1000 small unmanned systems. Finally, provided contract services for sustainment of Group 3 UAS ISR supporting SOF operations across four geographic sites. 

TACTICAL COMMUNICATIONS: Successfully completed operational test for two new Radio Integration System variants, Specialized Mobile Radio Transit System – Amplifier and Base Station, while integrating next generation tactical radios to 

further improve the linkage between SOF Operators to USSOCOM and support elements. Obtained a F&DR for the AN/PRC-163 radio, continued development of the Next-Generation HF platform. Partnered with NSA to obtain a certified crypto modernization solution. Additionally, the Next- Generation Loudspeaker System and the Fly-Away Broadcast System team worked with the capability sponsor to solidify the Key Performance Parameter requirements. 

TECHNICAL COLLECTION AND COMMUNICATIONS (TCC): Developed and tested a variety of capabilities for integration into the Hostile Forces-Tagging, Tracking, and Locating; Tactical Video Systems/Reconnaissance Surveillance Target Acquisition; Blue Force Tracking; and Remote Advise and Assist Virtual Accompany Kit Programs of Record. Technology focus areas included Next-Generation unattended sensors, alternative position navigation and timing tracking solutions, non-traditional sensor emplacement techniques, collaborative special reconnaissance, space-based collection, and data exfiltration.

TRANSPORT SYSTEMS (TS): Successfully completed four Evolutionary Technology Insertions resulting in approval to procure and field in one Tactical LAN and three new Satellite Deployable Node (SDN) capabilities for the SOF Warfighter. These new systems provided a significant increase to processing and computing improved bandwidth, improved security while reducing the size, weight, and power of previously fielded systems.


I2E Delivered:

  • 70 Forensic Operator Advance Kits
  • 149 Forensic Enabler Kits
  • 1310 Forensic Software Licenses

ISS Delivered:

  • 792 JTWS Sensors
  • 38 SILENTDAGGER Deployable Nodes/Processing, Exploitation, and Dissemination Systems

RC Delivered:

  • 90 sUAS procured/554 sUAS delivered
  • 39 sUAS payloads procured
  • 538 Small Uncrewed Ground Systems procured
  • 8 Rogue Radios

Tactical Comms Delivered: 

  • 1,193 Next-Generation Tactical Communications Radios
  • 14 Radio Integration Systems 
  • 10 Digital Aided Close Air Support-Gateway for SOF(DACAS-G-S) Systems

TCC Delivered: 

  • 11 HF-TTL Mission Set Kits & 15 Quick Reaction Capabilities
  • 476 Blue Force Tracking Devices 
  • 20 Tactical Video System/Reconnaissance, Surveillance, and Target Acquisition Kits
  • 79 Remote Advise and Assist-Virtual Accompany Kits (includes 40 CMNS Systems) 

TS Delivered: 

  • 10,288 TACLAN Systems and End User Devices 
  • 207 SDN systems

  • We are extremely excited to convene the community at SOF Week 2024. This convention for U.S. and International SOF will include a diverse slate of programs, to include professional development sessions, interactive discussions about the future of SOF, and an up-close view of some of the best tech available to our warfighters. GSOF looks forward to working with USSOCOM to make SOF Week 2024 an impactful event.
    Stuart Bradin
    President and CEO, GSOF


Co-sponsorship of this event does not imply endorsement of GSOF, its services, or products by the United States Government, the Department of Defense, or U.S. Special Operations Command.