February 15, 2022
Peter Dunn, FedTech Magazine
The Defense Department’s Joint All-Domain Command and Control initiative has the potential to transform how the agency integrates technology for war fighters.
The Defense Department has a vision for the future: a seamless network that takes data from sensors across all the military service branches and connects them in a single network so that commanders can make better decisions.
The concept, known as Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2), represents the future of the Pentagon’s way of shaping and managing the battlefield. In late November, as FedScoop reports, the cross-functional team within the DOD working on JADC2 “sent a draft of their implementation plan to the deputy secretary of defense for her approval.”
JADC2 is a complex and worthy undertaking for the DOD as it seeks to integrate data from sensors, electronic weapons, cyberspace and more across every domain — land, air, sea, space and cyber — so that commanders and civilian leaders can make more informed decisions about kinetic and non-kinetic activity.
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