Hellebore wins USAF ABMS contract
Hellebore Consulting Group confirmed on 29 May that it has secured a $950 million USAF contract to provide assistance and support with the Advanced Battle Management System (ABMS) programme.
The company will support the maturation, demonstration and proliferation of the system across multiple platforms and domains to allow Joint All Domain Command and Control (JADC2). This will include the cyber, electromagnetic spectrum and space domains.
John Farrier, CEO of Hellebore, said: ‘The technology we have proposed for ABMS is a generational leap over what our adversaries are capable of.’
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