Defense Communications System


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Defense Communications System

Department of Defense long-haul voice, data, and record traffic system which includes the Defense Data Network, Defense Satellite Communications System, and Defense Switched Network. Also called DCS. See also Defense Data Network; Defense Switched Network.
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The Defense Metropolitan Area Telephone System (DMATS) was established in 1982 and included all defense communications systems within a 50-mile radius.
The project was managed by the US Army's Product Manager Defense Communications Systems Europe (PM DCS -E) located at Funari Barracks in Mannheim, Germany.

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