Unit/Mission-Network (UMN) is the network for the computers within a military unit’s equipment. UMNs are assigned a unique data encryption and a transmission prefix codes for each unit. UMNs vary in size; a sniper and spotter have a small UMN, while logistics units have millions of signals in their UMNs. UMNs have two essential components: the hardware (the HUB), assigned to the HUB specialist/s, and the KEY assigned to the unit commander. The KEY is a list of unique commands necessary to access the network and change parameters. Ideally, administrator access is limited to the commander and the HUB specialist/s.

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