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MULTIPLE DILEMMAS: CHALLENGES AND OPTIONS FOR ALL-DOMAIN COMMAND AND CONTROL  By MIRANDA PRIEBE et al

In order to counter increasingly capable near-peer competitors, the services have been developing new concepts for multidomain operations (MDOs), intended to better integrate operations in the air, land, maritime, space, and cyber domains. The joint force already conducts MDOs today, but current initiatives aim to expand the scope, scale, and speed of such operations. As a result, the joint force is considering how current command-and-control (C2) constructs may need to adapt to enable ...Read more >

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CHINESE VIEWS OF ALL-DOMAIN OPERATIONS  By Derek Solen

Joint All-Domain Operations (JADO), the joint operational concept that has evolved from Multi-Domain Battle (MDB) and then Multi-Domain Operations (MDO), is intended to cope with the military capabilities of Russia and China. Therefore, how Russia’s and China’s defense establishments perceive JADO is important for two reasons. First, their appraisals of the concept’s feasibility will be major factors in their decisions whether to try to counter it or not. Second, whether they ...Read more >

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JOINT-ALL DOMAIN OPERATIONS IS MISSING ALL-DOMAIN COMMAND & CONTROL SUPPORT  By Scott, Kyle D., MAJ, USA

A joint force command, tasked with defeating a modern military with comparable warfighting capabilities in a traditional war, will primarily require command and control support (C2S) conveyed by both cyberspace and the electro-magnetic spectrum (EMS) to converge joint cross-domain effects and preserve the advantages offered by network-enabled operations.1 The Department of Defense-wide effort to produce a new joint warfighting concept for deterring potential adversaries, like the ...Read more >

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JOINT ALL-DOMAIN COMMAND AND CONTROL FOR MODERN WARFARE  By Sherrill Lingel et al

Multidomain operations (MDO) arguably represent a means of waging warfare increasingly employed by the United States and others for decades. Land, sea, and air forces are brought to bear against adversary air, land, and sea forces that often rely on capabilities from space-based systems and digital information from computer networks. Given these additional domains, what is driving today’s modern warfare vision for MDO? In modern warfare, space is no longer a sanctuary in which offensive ...Read more >

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MAKING THE MOST OF THE AIR FORCE’S INVESTMENT IN JOINT ALL DOMAIN COMMAND AND CONTROL  By Center for Strategic and International Studies

The Air Force recently requested $435 million for the Advanced Battle Management System (ABMS), the leading technical solution to the problem of Joint All Domain Command and Control (JADC2). JADC2 describes an emerging concept whereby sensors and shooters in all domains—air, land, sea, space, and cyberspace—are linked and can rapidly target adversary ...Read more >

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