JADC2

Defense Officials Tout Proposed Tech Investments But Senators Focus on Divestments

Senate Armed Services Committee lawmakers focused on the withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan.

Defense Secretary Approves JADC2 Strategy

“Now it's delivery time,” Joint Staff J6 Lt. Gen. Dennis Crall said of the department’s plan for a data-centric warfighting network.

Air Force’s JADC2 Contribution Shifting to Operational Status

The Advanced Battle Management System is ready for real-world testing, the service announced.

Russia Is Accelerating Its Own Link-Everything Network

The U.S. sees networked warfare and AI as a game-changer. But what happens when your opponent copies your move?

China Features Heavily in the Army’s Next Big Emerging Tech Experiment

The Army’s connect-everything experiment is about to get much bigger, and looks across the Pacific.

JADC2 Strategy Nearing Completion, Official Says

Lt. Gen. Dennis Crall said the strategy has been briefed to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the deputy secretary of defense.

Key Elements Expected This Year for Pentagon’s Link-Everything Effort

A second NORTHCOM experiment aims to prove out various concepts for JADC2.

JADC2 Concept All About Moving Data, Air Force Chief of Staff Says

Gen. Charles Q. Brown, Jr., said dialogue among services on data and the JADC2 concept should happen more regularly.

Army Command and Control System Must Be Modernized But Maintain Backward Compatibility

Leidos will handle an adjustment to the Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Data System 7.0 that will ensure it can support JADC2 and sensor-to-shooter frameworks.

Air Force Buys Streaming Data Warehouse for Pathfinder, JADC2 Concepts

Data company Kinetica will ingest trillions of records of sensor data to create visual representations of the operating environment across domains.

Lockheed Martin Signs Platform One Basic Ordering Agreement

The agreement allows Lockheed Martin to apply the Platform One DevSecOps environment in the defense contractor’s own software factory, according to a press release.

DOD's Plan to Counter Small Drones Hinges on Interoperability

Pentagon officials told media it is taking a system-of-systems approach unified under a common command and control for countering small drones. 

How the Pandemic Changed the Defense Digital Service’s Portfolio

While the group supports multiple COVID-19 efforts, DDS Director Brett Goldstein is also looking ahead to DOD’s data challenges and possible expansion of Hack the Pentagon.

DOD’s New Data Strategy Puts Decision-Makers in the Center, CDO Says

Dave Spirk, the Defense Department’s chief data officer, said the new strategy is a break from the past data landscape, which focused on networks and transports for moving data. 

DOD Unveils First Enterprisewide Data Strategy

The new data strategy will be a key component supporting the Defense Department’s digital modernization effort, officials say.

The Air Force’s ‘Connect Everything’ Project Just Had a Big Success

The simulated cruise missile intercept harnessed widely dispersed systems — all supervised by tablets in a flight-line hangar.

The Pentagon Will Use AI to Predict Panic Buying, COVID-19 Hotspots

The prototype can predict trends in supply and demand and infection down to the zip code.