This 3-day summit will focus on addressing the challenges faced by the DoD to augment its service wide MDO directive – namely, that communication systems and C2 capabilities for enhanced tactical and strategic level operations, for all military branches, will be joined, creating a single management system in combat.
Topics to be Discussed Include:
- Mapping out the future of joint operations in order to achieve mission success
- Identifying the latest technological advancements
- Analytics tools to modernizing networks
- Enhancing command and control
- Increasing the use of cyber defense, that will help to support and fill in current capability gaps
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The FY 2020 budget is a major turning point toward a more lethal, agile, and prolific Joint Force, that aligns vision and modernization to strengthen dominance across all warfighting domains.
As a result the Department of Defense plans to invest $31 Billion in Multi-Domain technologies. In this infographic, we outline the DoD’s
- Ground-Based Strategic Deterrent, B-21 Bomber, Long- Range Stand Off Weapon, Columbia class submarine, missile warning, and NC3
- Implementation of directed energy for base defense
- Offensive and defensive cyberspace operations
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This report, from the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, represents the starting point in developing the future force capable of executing Multi-Domain Battle in competition and armed conflict
Government and industry experts share their insights on the biggest challenges, inhibitors, and success stories defining U.S. defense intelligence spending and multi-domain operations
Brig Gen Chance “Salty” Saltzman of the U.S. Air Force presents on the urgency of adopting MDO, key execution challenges, and a vision for the future.
The Congressional Research Service breaks down the What? Why? and How? of Multi-Domain Operations, and considers potential MDO issues for Congress.
The combination of a desire for speeded up reaction times, extensive rise in available data, and heightened emphasis on interoperability creates new imperatives for more flattened distributed chains of command. Enter the Combat Cloud…