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Pentagon Seeks New SatCom Tech For ‘Fully Networked C3’

Thursday, March 12, 2020   (0 Comments)

By Theresa Hitchens  |  March 9, 2020  |  Breaking Defense

 

"Our fully networked C3 [Command, Control, & Communications] will look completely different" from current satellites and terminals, said OSD's Doug Schroeder.

SATELLITE 2020: The Pentagon wants industry ideas on how to craft a “fundamentally new architecture” for command, control and communications (C3) that will allow “any user using any terminal to connect to any other user using any other terminal,” says Doug Schroeder, who oversees the effort under the Office of Research and Engineering (R&E).

This kind of omnipresent, all-service connectivity across land, sea, air, and space is essential for the Pentagon’s rapidly evolving of future war, known as Joint-All Domain Operations. READ MORE...


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