One of the assumptions behind tactical mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) is that routes consisting of multiple hops will be
available to connect those nodes that lack line-of-sight connectivity. The practical utility of MANET depends on this
assumption being true and, for a mobile network, remaining true during mobility. In previous work, we showed that average
node-to-node direct connectivity and the rate at which direct links break over time while moving through a given terrain can
be characterized approximately using average terrain measures that are location and distance independent. Here, we exploit
that result and extend our previous work to predict dynamic network behavior for networks of various sizes in various terrains.