Improved combat and tactical radios along with battle command systems that provide real-time communication and situation awareness information are frequently appliqued into the Army’s ground combat vehicles to support its modernization initiatives. During the integration of these devices within the vehicle it is often the case that the additional components cannot be placed in a readily accessible proximity to the crew, due to the space-constrained interiors as well as the equipment’s expanded SWaP (Space Weight and Power). This paper describes an ongoing effort/project to design and implement a VICTORY RADIO ADAPTER (VRA) which supports the integration and single point control of multiple radios having different physical and logical interfaces. The VRA will minimize SWaP, cable count and provide a scalable/agnostic combat radio integration environment that allows control using VICTORY compliant messages. This paper further details the VICTORY RADIO ADAPTER concept along with its architecture, design implementation considerations and project progress.