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DoD Seeks Concepts to Help in Multi-Domain Warfare Arena

PentagonThe Defense Department wants individuals and private companies to submit ideas on how the Joint Force can address multi-domain warfare issues such as massed or mobile precision attacks, large state adversaries and battle network/guided munitions, DoD News reported Wednesday.

DoD seeks partners that can help answer questions on how to modify future U.S. operational battle networks as well as Joint Force operational and organizational constructs to adapt with future combat operations environments.

Interested parties have until Nov. 28 to submit proposals on how changes in force structure, operational concepts, materiel capacity or investment priorities can address one or more of the challenges that the department will potentially face.

The report noted the Joint Force works to overcome three emerging operational obstacles such as operational battle networks and guided munitions warfare, the lack of large combat formations and adversary investments in counter-battle network systems which cover cyber, electromagnetic warfare and counter-space capacity.

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