Joint All Domain Command and Control

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Will the Air Force continue with its chief architect experiment? Kendall says maybe more is needed

Preston Dunlap announced his resignation on Monday.

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DoD offering up to $3 million to help make 5G more compatible

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Multi-domain operations require system-of-systems approach to engineering and integration

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Air Mobility Command learns to provide support ‘at the speed of data’

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DoD Cloud Exchange: David Cerjan and Doug Snyder, Veritas Technologies

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Army upgrading networks in hopes of creating a super weapons system in the future

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Pentagon sees JADC2 and new data strategy as inextricably linked

JADC2 is “at the heart” of the first-ever data strategy DoD published in October, according to the Pentagon official who led the strategy’s development.

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Air Force nearly ready to begin rolling out its ‘internet of military things’

The Air Force’s top acquisition official said Tuesday the Advanced Battle Management System is ready to move into a “steady-state demonstration-deployment…

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Pentagon preparing first comprehensive strategy for Joint All-Domain Command and Control

The strategy, which is about 80% complete, will describe between nine and 11 distinct lines of effort to connect the military’s sensors and ‘shooters’ into a cohesive network.

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