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AOC 2019: DARPA makes its case for Mosaic Warfare

29th October 2019 - 17:32 GMT | by Richard Thomas


In an effort to move away from overarching CONOPS or C2 structures, DARPA has used the platform of AOC 2019 to make its case for a new kind of strategic architecture through which to govern the battlespace: Mosaic Warfare.

Conceptually this would allow distributed C2 capabilities for operators wherever they might be required, permit faster response times and is part of an overall endeavour towards ‘monolith busting’, that is a one-system-controls-all functionality.

The notion of distributed C2 ties in with what military services such as the US Navy is looking to create – that of distributed lethality – which works

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Richard Thomas


Richard Thomas

Richard Thomas is the Senior Editor, Naval at Shephard Media. Richard joined the company in …

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