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NEWS | April 11, 2024

DAGR: RSAM 2.0 Software Available

BLUF: An RSAM 2.0 software update for the DAGR is now available.

Soldier using DAGR
Photo by Spc. Jaidon Novinska
Heads up! A new resiliency and software assurance measure (RSAM) software update is available for the Defense Advanced GPS Receiver (DAGR). It’s available by Modification Work Order (MWO) 11-5820-1172-23-3. View it HERE.
 This software update is only available for the AN/PSN-13A DAGR, NSN 5825-01-526-4783, PN 822-1873-002. 
The update provides additional resiliency and software assurance (RSA) improvements. It also improves the DAGR’s ability to recognize, reject, and report bad navigation data. This allows the DAGR to recover from software failures while in a challenged positioning, navigation, and timing (PNT) environment.
Included in this software update is the 2020 World Magnetic Model (WMM) and a new feature that will now allow the DAGR to use an external anti-jam (AJ) antenna. The RSAM 2.0 software and DAGR training aids are available for download by following the MWO instructions.
Note: After updating the software, don’t forget to report compliance for the DAGR RSAM update in the Modification Management Information System (MMIS).
Report DAGR RSAM update in MMIS

For Army RSAM software questions, technical assistance, or software installation issues, email  Stephen Morrissey at:

Editor’s note: Thanks to Steve Morrissey, PM-PNT Joint Sustainment Activity, for his help with this article.
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