Against the backdrop of rising ‘peer’ and regional state rivals, the role of space-based assets for effective missile defence will be critical.
Tussle for cyber advantage leaves no clear winner
The US armed services, related agencies and allied nations require joint information-sharing capabilities, to help make sense of the unprecedented, barely manageable volumes of data being generated in the cluttered modern operating environment.
USAF Gen John Hyten, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, is expected in December 2020 to unveil a Joint Warfighting Concept, with a core role for the Joint All-Domain Command & Control (JADC2) initiative.
JADC2 was devised in 2019 by USN VAdm Jeffrey Trussler, Director of Naval Intelligence. He also heads USN C4I systems and serves as Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Information Warfare – …
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