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June 15, 2022

The Defense Department plans to use data to expand the common operational picture, or COP, that informs troops about the state of the battlefield, enemy positions, and other high-value assets. Programs like the Army’s Project Convergence and Project Rainmaker, the Air Force’s Advanced Battle Management System, and the Navy’s Project Overmatch are intended to expand network functionality and collaboration across the services, inching the Pentagon ever closer to its goal of joint all domain command and control. But what steps are being taken to ensure DoD’s Mission Partner Environment has the same battlefield visibility as our own forces do? From a data perspective, what would it take for allies to integrate their information capabilities with U.S. troops for maximum situational awareness? In this webcast, C4ISRNET explored the data “building blocks” and policies needed to conduct successful joint operations with allied forces across all domains.

Guest Speakers:

Brig. Gen. Chad D. Raduege, 

Director of the Command, Control, Communications and Computers/Cyber Directorate, and CIO, EUCOM, 
U.S. Air Force

Mariel Cooley, 

Vice President, 
Booz Allen Hamilton