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AppDaddy Technologies Releases Tactical NAV HD For iPad

Nov 25, 2013 - Tactical NAV HD, a battle-tested app originally created for military personnel, is now available for the iPad. Tactical NAV HD assists military service members and first responders in mapping, plotting, photographing waypoints, building and drawing overlays, and sharing information with other users on the battlefield and back at home. This app has even been used to call for artillery and mortar strikes against insurgent forces during combat.


U.S. Army Soldier Creates Navigation App for Fellow Service Members

Sep 23, 2013 - Tactical NAV, a battle-tested app created for soldiers by soldiers, is now available for iOS and Android users worldwide. The app assists troops in mapping, plotting, sharing and photographing waypoints with other users on the battlefield and has even been used to call for artillery and mortar strikes against insurgent forces during combat. Users can track their routes; accurately map, plot and save waypoints; email location info; co-ordinate systems; use night mode, photo stamping and more.


AppDaddy and AlbeBaubles form joint venture - create all-star team

May 26, 2012 - AppDaddy Technologies, LLC, and AlbeBaubles, LLC, announced the forming of a joint venture between the two companies today. AppDaddy makes the popular military app, Tactical NAV, and AlbeBaubles makes the newly released U.S. Military Handbook for iPhone. Both companies hope that by forming a partnership in the cluttered field of military-oriented apps, they can effectively and quickly deliver state-of-art applications for the military, law enforcement, and the warfighter on the battlefield.


Soldier's Tactical NAV iOS App Provides Help to Veterans in Need

Dec 30, 2011 - AppDaddy Technologies, Inc. announced they have reduced the price of their Tactical NAV iOS application to help support veterans during the Holiday Season. Tactical NAV is the company's popular iOS app which was created specifically for military service members. Users can track their routes; accurately map, plot and save waypoints; email location info; co-ordinate systems; use night mode, photo stamping, compass lock with fast switch data and more.


Tactical NAV App Helps Support Wounded Soldiers Returning from War

Oct 04, 2011 - AppDaddy Technologies, Inc. today announced that they have reduced the price of Tactical NAV in order to help support the men and women returning home from overseas deployments. Tactical NAV is the company's popular iPhone app created for military service members. A portion of every sale will go to help support our wounded warriors who have returned home from fighting overseas.


Tactical NAV Smartphone App Directs UAV - Thwarts Taliban Attack

Jul 21, 2011 - A private contractor came under insurgent fire last month while stationed at a base near Kabul, Afghanistan. Using only his iPhone and Tactical NAV, he was able to quickly relay the coordinates of his position to the International Security Assistance Force tactical operations center for help. An unmanned aerial vehicle was dispatched to his location and the insurgent attack was thwarted. Tactical NAV 2.0 assists troops in mapping, plotting and photographing waypoints on the battlefield and more.


Could a Smartphone App Have Been Used to Locate Bin Laden?

May 02, 2011 - Unconfirmed sources report that an iPhone app called Tactical NAV may have been used during the mission to locate Osama Bin Laden. An elite crew of American forces killed bin Laden during a daring raid on Monday, capping the world's most intense manhunt. Tactical NAV is an iPhone app that helps soldiers in mapping, plotting, and photographing waypoints on the battlefield. It primarily uses the Military Grid Reference (MGRS) and is currently available in the iTune's App Store.


Tactical NAV iPhone app used to help destroy Taliban fighting position

Apr 02, 2011 - Tactical NAV, a military-grade iPhone app created by U.S. Army Capt. Jonathan J. Springer, a battalion fire support officer with the 101st Airborne Division, has successfully been used in combat to help destroy a Taliban fighting position in eastern Afghanistan's Kunar Province near the Pakistan border. Users can track their routes; accurately map, plot and save waypoints; email location info; co-ordinate systems; use night mode, photo stamping and compass lock with fast switch data.