As the Army invests in the integration of VICTORY (Vehicular Integration for C4ISR/EW Interoperability) into its ground vehicle platforms, it becomes clear there are multiple ways to achieve interoperable if not common implementation across the fleet. There are positive and negatives associated with each of the possible VICTORY configurations that ultimately achieve the same results. This paper will outline, compare, and evaluate the 3 most popular implementation configurations. Both the Army and Marines are developing programs to implement VICTORY as a means of network improvement as well as more effective connectivity. A deeper understanding of the different architectures will reinforce what works well and achieves the goal, and provides insight into technical and operational areas that may be in need of some refinement or modification. The information provided by the analysis in all options can help guide the integration in a more successful direction by establishing a roadmap for technical and operational performance requirements. There are 3 main VICTORY architectures the paper will analyze.