The idea of responsible artificial intelligence is spreading far and wide across the U.S. Department of Defense and its surrounding ecosystem.
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The approval outlines two key forums for deciding which service will supply solutions for joint all-domain operations.
The service will continue to pursue its modernization efforts and will provide a pay raise to its warfighters.
The path forward also centers heavily on more generic solutions that enhance industry's speed and effectiveness at innovation.
Recruiting and retaining warfighters for the multidomain battlefield requires laser focus, reconfiguring and more advanced systems, consultants say.
CECOM is maximizing its communications equipment availability through a comprehensive effort.
Leaders call for robust situational awareness and a highly trained space intelligence cadre for warfighting in the space domain.
Pandemic-related supply chain issues require creative solutions.
The task force will include field artillery; composite air and missile defense; intelligence, cyberspace, electronic warfare and space; aviation and a brigade support element.
Among the top three initiatives on the Navy CNO's list is the service's effort on behalf of JADC2.
Experiment by U.S. protectors highlights the need for information dominance.
Adhering to open architecture will be the way of the future, as will digital engineering, Army leaders say.
The pending multidomain operations posture statement will outline what the Army is doing now to achieve its vision for 2035.
U.S. leaders warn of the country’s considerable efforts to seek a global advantage and push its 5G and information technology to dominate in the region.
Under a restructuring effort, the Numbered Air Force will be the future air component the command.
Defense of the homeland will be improved through a clear all-domain picture.
The Joint Communications Support Element (Airborne) is modernizing to enhance its ability to provide communications support in a contested, multi-domain operations environment.
Unlike the United States and its partners and allies, the authoritarian regime in China quickly spins messages with the entire government speaking as one party.
Communications is more important than ever as the United States and its allies face new challenges in the vast Indo-Pacific region.
“Our competitors are cheap. We will win with our partners if we’re good and fast. We will lose if we’re not.”