Fighting in a contested environment will force a change in how the US prioritizes intel requirements. Consolidating & prioritizing at the local level will the new mantra for success and lethality.Read more
The modern operational environment will force a change in operations at all levels, to include C4ISR. You can’t command without control. You can’t control without communications.Read more
This is the first article in a multi-part series focused on modernizing Command and Control (C2) of Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR).Read more
Air Force ISR is regularly executed by geographically-separated teams. New leadership models are required to optimize team performance.Read more
At the end of the day it’s about killing and surviving. To do that, we’ve got to go faster and think beyond just air, space, and cyber.Read more
By 2030, France is committed to design a Future Combat Air System (FCAS) to overcome the ever-growing contest of Western air supremacy around the world. Ultimately, the FCAS has no other ambition than to preserve France’s capability for ‘first entry’ options.Read more
AMC C4ISR capability is dependent on deployment and sustainment capabilities provided by multiple organizations using a mixture of classified and unclassified systems. These systems have significant vulnerabilities in regards to operational security and potential cyber attacks.
By Isaiah Oppelaar