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NEWS | Feb. 16, 2022

Communications: How to Get CCEv2 and MCN-AE Spares, Repair Parts

Commo maintainers, when requesting Army-managed spares and repair parts for the communications systems AN/TYQ-167 (V)2, Commercial Coalition Equipment (CCEv2), and AN/TYQ-167(V)3, Modular Communications Node-Advanced Enclave (MCN-AE), you must take specific steps. The equipments’ purpose, as well as instructions for obtaining spare or repair parts, are explained in the tables below.
 
Commercial Coalition Equipment version 2 (CCEv2)
Nomenclature
AN/TYQ-167(V)2
NSN
5895-01-645-6998
LIN
C05115
The AN/TYQ-167 (V)2, Commercial Coalition Equipment (CCEv2) with radio bridging voice cross-banding (RBVC), delivers on-scene command post networking equipment capabilities. It provides either commercial or coalition mission data and RBVC technologies during defense support of civil authorities (DSCA) missions and contingency operations involving US coalition partners.
 
The CCEv2 enables information exchanges of time-sensitive operational data to DOD, federal, state and local government first responders.
 
The CCE primary components consist of 4 Harris X100M VHF/UHF radios, 10 ports, 2 Ethernets and one Cisco router. There is an Ethernet switch module, server (memory/computer) that will host VM(s), and type 1 encryption (KG-250X), which will be connected to the transmission systems.
 
For each piece of equipment, the (V)2 and (V)3, excluding the portion of the CCE (V)2 known as the commercial radio case (CoRC), Product Director Net Enabler will administer the sustainment contract to cover the 5-year period of performance (PoP). Force Modernization Division will provide coverage for the “CoRC” portion of the (V)2.
 
Field Soldiers can submit a funded requisition to their supporting supply support activity (SSA) when requesting Army-managed spares and repair parts using the Global Combat Support System-Army (GCSS-A). Units can start requisitioning parts in 3QFY22.

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Modular Communication Node–Advanced Enclave (MCN-AE)
Nomenclature
AN/TYQ-167(V)3
NSN
5895-01-643-5461
LIN
C05116
AN/TYQ-167(V)3 Modular Communications Node-Advanced Enclave (MCN-AE) is a suite of commercial items carried in five (5) transit cases. The primary components are fitted into a 5-slot chassis, which consists of a power assembly and back panel switch, standard router with Ethernet switch module, standard 24-port Ethernet switch module, server (memory/ compute) module that will host VM(s), and type 1 encryption (KG-250X), which will be connected to the transmission systems. The secondary case will consist of a local area network (LAN) manager’s laptop computer.
 
The MCN-AE(V)3 provides network connectivity with commercial off-the shelf (COTS)-based network equipment (routers, data, switches, servers and security devices). It’s cryptographically secured and can support numerous missions that require higher security classification. It provides 32 port end devices, including Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phones, laptops and video teleconferencing equipment.
 
Field Soldiers can submit a funded requisition to their supporting supply support activity (SSA) when requesting Army-managed spares and repair parts by using the Global Combat Support System-Army (GCSS-A). Units can start requisitioning parts in 3QFY22.

Questions? Email Martin at:
 
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