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Senators want Pentagon to create new JADC2 joint force headquarters


The Senate Armed Services Committee is pushing for additional funding for the Pentagon’s Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2) initiative, and the creation of a new joint force headquarters for the effort. The SASC’s version of the fiscal 2023 National Defense Authorization Act — which was approved by the committee Thursday and will now go to the Senate floor for consideration — contains key provisions related to the U.S. military’s…

US, Republic of Korea intensify cooperation on emerging and disruptive technologies


President Biden and a team of senior U.S. officials recently visited the Republic of Korea (ROK) and established with their leading counterparts a plan to deepen the nations’ cooperation on critical and emerging technologies — including semiconductors, batteries, civil nuclear power, artificial intelligence, space development, quantum computing and cyberspace. Part of Biden’s larger first trip to Asia as president, that engagement came just a few months after the White House released…

SABRE military software tool approaching initial operational capability


A new software tool viewed as a key enabler for U.S. military collaboration with allies and partners is expected to reach initial operational capability in the coming months, according to a top Defense Department IT official. The software tool, known as the Secret and Below Releasable Environment (SABRE), was designed to facilitate information sharing between the computer networks of the U.S. and other militaries during joint operations, and it will…