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If the Army doesn’t get the network right, is everything else a wasted effort?

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By Jen Judson  |  June 6, 2019  |  C4ISRNET

 

All other Army modernization efforts are dependent on the success of its network development, the three-star in charge of Army resourcing and programming said at the C4ISRNET conference June 6.

The Army has established six major modernization efforts: long-range precision fires, next-generation combat vehicle, future vertical lift, the network, air-and-missile defense and soldier lethality, all guided under the Army Futures Command stood up last summer.

And although precision fires are the top priority, “the network is the one that if you don’t get it right, it could be, maybe, a lot of wasted effort on all the others,” Lt. Gen. James Pasquarette, the Army G-8, said. READ MORE...


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