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WG

The former alpha-2 code for Grenada. See also: GD.
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The Australian DoD's Joint Project 2008 (JP2008) calls for up to 200 land SATCOM terminals to be procured between 2016 and 2017 to equip the Australian Army, Royal Australian Navy and the Royal Australian Air Force, enabling them to connect with the WGS.
Tactical forces will rely on WGS to provide high-capacity connectivity to the Defense Information Systems Network (DISN).
Note, however, that here, unlike with WGS, selection of tissue type is very important.
Despite the numerous obstacles, implementation of NBS by WGS is likely inevitable.
WGS gearboxes are permanently lubricated and designed for output torques of up to 368,800 lbs.
The unit cost to the government of WGS Block II was roughly 50 percent more expensive than Block I ($377 million compared with $239 million), and Block IIf is again roughly 50 percent more expensive than Block II ($574 million compared with $377 million), as shown in the bottom row (Table 2).
But most WGS users still use outdated terminals that do make optimum use of the available bandwidth, said Cynamon.
The WGS satellites will complement the DSCS III SLEP and Global Broadcast Server (GBS) payloads and offset the eventual decline in DSCS III capability.
Tablets are shifting the way business is conducted for the entire lending life cycle, yielding a net effect of improved customer service and satisfaction," said Narayan Bharadwaj, business head for WGS.
With these options exercised, we are able to expand the WGS constellation and provide communications resiliency for combatant commanders worldwide," said Craig Cooning, vice president and general manager of Boeing Space & Intelligence Systems.
CENTCOM immediately began planning for the transition of a Theater Satellite Communications Architecture from commercial satellite leases (Ku-band) to military owned WGS (Ka-band).