The objective of this program was to formulate and develop an analytical model based on queueing theory for the purpose of evaluating various tactical voice net configurations and signaling alternatives. Results presented from the analytic queueing model are presented here in the context of specific Naval tactical net situations. The results illustrate only the use of the methodology developed; consequently, mathematical derivations have been omitted with the exception of a brief technical summary. Specifically, those areas examined are mutual signaling interference, multiple access-discrete address (MADA) systems, preemptive/non-preemptive priority, busy signal, hold call and non-Poisson statistics. For each of these various performance measures (e.g., Grade of Service) are illustrated graphically as functions of net utilization.