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A modernized aviation command and control system for the U.S. Marine Corps likely will be deployed to Afghanistan before the year is out. The new system provides a common aviation command and control platform and is expected to improve situational awareness and information assurance while making the Marine Corps fighting forces more mobile.
The U.S. Marine Corps is assessing a technology that will allow troops to assemble aviation command and control centers anywhere they can take a high mobility multipurpose wheeled vehicle (HMMWV). The new system is more agile, mobile and dynamic than the systems it replaces, and it gives Marines the ability to engage the enemy more quickly and effectively.
Adhering to open architecture will be the way of the future, as will digital engineering, Army leaders say.
QinetiQ North America, McLean, Virginia, recently announced that the U.S.
Radio communications app to help pilots engage properly with air traffic controllers.
Training and certification program to boost unmanned aircraft system mission possibilities.
U.S. Marine Corps aviation technology goes one better than just pulling a "180" in the area of improvement-it goes straight for a 360-degree turnabout in operational readiness.
The Navy’s acquisition strategy aims at open architectures in aviation programs.
With a increased number of troops, the Corps wants to address cyber, EW and intel needs.
The U.S. Coast Guard provides commonality among cutters and aviation fleets.