A 96th Security Forces Squadron uses the android tactical assault kit to send a message from his patrol vehicle. The ATAK is a tablet-based system provides written communication, pictures, mapping, GPS and data access to defenders more quickly than previous methods which relied heavily on radio transmissions. The integration of ATAK in the 96th SFS mission is one of a number of FY18 Squadron Innovation Fund successes for AFMC. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)
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