Implementing the Defense Department's Combined Joint All-Domain Command and Control (CJADC2) concept will require major development and modernization across enterprise systems, data management and security in each of the military services. The services are all working to implement CJADC2 in different ways and across different systems.
Find out more about:
• The Air Force's efforts to keep things simple in its C2 modernization.
• How JADC2 became CJADC2.
• How Marine Special Ops are working with industry on CJADC2.
• The CJADC2 lines of effort.
To Modernize Command and Control, Air Force Wants to Keep Things Simple
”Complexity...is going to kill us,” Brig. Gen. Luke Cropsey said. “The more complex your environment is, the simpler the rules of engagement need to be.”
CJADC2 Lines of Effort
In order to fully realize the Combined Joint All-Domain Command and Control System, the Defense Department’s strategy established five lines of effort toward implementation. Each links multiple tasks and mission toward the CJADC2 framework using the logic of purpose — cause and effect — to focus efforts toward establishing operational and strategic conditions.
Data at Mission Speed for CJADC2
The Defense Department’s effort to effectively operate in multi-domain operations requires concerted solutions around technology and cybersecurity.
Phil Silver, Vice Navy Solutions Executive at Software AG Government Solutions
Michael Sanchez, Army Solutions Executive at Software AG Government Solutions
Marines Special Ops Want Industry Help to Create Systems that Talk to Each Other
Defense tech leaders describe wanting to remove ‘one-trick pony’ systems.
DOD’s JADC2 Concept is Now CJADC2
Military leaders want to emphasize the ‘combined’ nature of the joint strategy.