The Marine Corps will interoperate more closely with other services and allies, but it needs mobile capabilities that can operate in a denied environment.
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Three data-related modernization projects are designed to enhance the Army's sensor-to-shooter capability on the future battlefield.
Leader was key in how the Army coordinated warfighting in the Middle East and in creating the Army’s first cyber branch.
As TRANSCOM supports the next wave of evacuation out of Europe of Afghan people, leader initially sees need for more complex IT solutions.
The service selects the public safety network for base emergency communications.
“I think there’s more to DISA’s role in JADC2 than is obvious,” says Brian Hermann, program executive officer for services development at DISA.
Effort will discern from over 20 vendors what kinds of communications technologies are needed for armored units.
The dynamic projection of air power and forces across the Indo-Pacific region requires the use of emerging software capabilities, leader reports.
The U.S. military completes withdrawal under fire.
On the battlefield of the future, biometric data and the identity intelligence it provides offers new advantages.
The U.S. Army needs to conduct five essential tasks to achieve the kind of information advantage that will allow commanders to make faster, more effective decisions than their adversaries.
The military services may take different paths toward gaining an information advantage, but each helps light the way for the others.
The agency aims to implement zero trust in months.
The SSC’s first leader, Lt. Gen. Michael Guetlein, USSF, is prioritizing work with industry and labs to continue to drive innovation.
The unified network will enable multidomain operations and begins by optimizing the current network.
Lt. Gen. Michael Guetlein, USSF, steps into the role of the historic command’s first leader.
The Pacific Air Forces’ Operation Pacific Iron 21 goes in-depth on agile combat employment capabilities.
U.S. forces must train for every spectrum environment.
Computer engineers at the service’s DEVCOM C5ISR leverage emerging technology to provide information provenance to warfighters.
The digital transformation is no longer simply an enabler—it's the structure for everything.