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Gen. David Goldfein: USAF Progresses in Dev’t of Advanced Battle Management System

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Gen. David Goldfein, the U.S. Air Force chief of staff, said the service branch is moving forward to develop the Advanced Battle Management System, a new integrated situational awareness platform, addressing a certain report by the Government Accountability Office, C4ISRnet reported Thursday. Goldfein’s statement addresses a GAO report that USAF does not have a detailed plan to develop and implement ABMS.

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GAO: USAF Needs Dev’t Plan for Advanced Battle Management System

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The Government Accountability Office has found in an audit that the U.S. Air Force still needs to form a full plan for the development of a certain new multidomain situational awareness system. GAO said Thursday it recommends USAF to identify technologies and corresponding maturity assessments required to develop the Advanced Battle Management System.

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Maj. Gen. Michael Fantini, Lt. Col. Jake Sotiriadis: US Military Needs to Address ‘Digital Connection Deficit’

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Maj. Gen. Michael Fantini and Lt. Col. Jake Sotiriadis of the U.S. Air Force wrote in a commentary piece published Monday on Defense News that the U.S. military should address its “digital connection deficit” to achieve the decision advantage needed to win against potential adversaries.

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Preston Dunlap to Head ABMS as Air Force Chief Architect

U.S. Air Force Capt. Hope Cronin announced that Preston Dunlap, formerly a national security analysis mission areas executive at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, was appointed chief architect at the service branch's office of the assistant secretary for acquisition, technology and logistics, Inside Defense reported Friday.

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