Army leaders are making sure the integrated tactical network fits into joint plans for multidomain operations.
The U.S. Army has spent the last two years pursuing a modernized integrated tactical network, or ITN, that supports increased mobility, resiliency and capabilities. Now, the service has a focus toward making sure that the modernization of that network can enable joint all-domain command and control, or the concept of JADC2. The service is preparing to fight seamlessly across the sea, land, air, space and cyberspace, or multidomain operations, by 2028.
“Our network modernization efforts will enable JADC2 capability,” states Brig. Gen. Robert Collins (USA), program executive officer for Command, Control, Communications-Tactical (PEO C3T). “Working with the Network Cross-Functional Team (CFT), we are aligning Capability Set (CS) development to JADC2 objectives and are seeking to optimize experimentation and existing program efforts to enhance JADC2 capabilities.” READ MORE...
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