Tag Archives: C2

Navy Reports Progress on MQ-25A Unmanned Tanker C2 System

The U.S. Navy has tested a command-and-control system for the service branch’s future MQ-25A unmanned aerial refueling tanker in an effort to validate the C2 platform’s function to control and relay data, Defense News reported. Capt. Beau Duarte, Unmanned Carrier Aviation program manager at the Naval Air Systems Command, said integrating …

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Report: Marines Start to Implement Mobile C2 System

The U.S. Marine Corps has begun to implement a mobile command-and-control system designed to detect and track flight paths and small objects at a faster rate and higher accuracy than current C2 platforms, Defense Systems reported Friday. Marine Air Control Squadron 2 transitioned to the new C2 system following completion …

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Air Force, Engility to Audit 100+ C2 Systems for Cyber Vulnerabilities

The U.S. Air Force has partnered with Engility to conduct a cyber risk audit of the service branch’s over 100 command-and-control systems as well as battle situation awareness platforms, Federal News Radio reported Tuesday. The military branch previously awarded the company a potential $31 million contract as part of the Defense Department’s efforts to build …

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Marine Corps Launches New Tech Discovery Task Force

Maj. Jim Foley of the U.S. Marine Corps‘ Ellis Group has said the service branch has established a new task force that works to find existing systems to help exploit gaps in enemy defenses for Marine amphibious vehicles to maneuver from shore to shore, Marine Corps Times reported Saturday. Jeff Schogol …

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Robert Work: DoD Should Increase Multidomain Warfare Focus

Deputy Defense Secretary Robert Work has said he believes the Defense Department should develop strategies to help the U.S. military fight and win on a multidomain battlefield, DoD News reported Tuesday. Jim Garamone writes Work told the annual Association of the U.S. Army meeting in Washington that some countries have worked to modernize their respective forces …

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