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Navy weaving underwater drones into Project Overmatch

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“The area of networking and command and control and cross-vehicle coordination is, I believe, really one of the most transformational changes happening now," Rear Adm. Casey Moton said.

JADC2 will benefit from lack of requirements, officials say

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Officials believe that too many requirements will bog down efforts to modernize how the Pentagon will fight and connect systems in the future.

Navy secretary touts cloud as key for unmanned system ops

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The cloud is a high priority for Secretary of the Navy Carlos Del Toro as the sea service moves forward with developing and fielding unmanned platforms.

Navy plans to deploy Project Overmatch capabilities throughout the fleet ‘sooner than later’

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The advanced networking capabilities will be "transformational," according to Navy Secretary Carlos Del Toro.

OSD moving to corral the military services for JADC2

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At stake are billions of dollars in planned investments and the lives of troops who will rely on the underlying technology — and its interoperability — to fight and prevail in high-end combat.

Navy on track to deploy Project Overmatch capabilities with carrier strike group in early 2023

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After about 18 months of work on Project Overmatch, the Navy is on track to deploy a more advanced networking capability with a carrier strike group early next year, the service’s top officer said Thursday. The highly classified Project Overmatch is the Navy’s contribution to the Pentagon’s vision for Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2). “We are swimming in data. How do you get the right information to the right…

Army undersecretary sees interoperability, not tech transition, as ultimate metric of JADC2 success

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For the Army’s main contribution to the Pentagon’s new concept for fighting wars, demonstrating technology interoperability is more important than transitioning new systems into programs of record, the service’s No. 2 said. Project Convergence is the Army’s contribution to Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2), the Defense Department’s way ahead for conducting operations in which sensors, shooters and networks will be better connected to allow warfighters to make smarter and…

JADC2 about much more than interconnected systems, Joint Staff's No. 2 IT official says

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AUGUSTA, Ga. — If the Pentagon’s new vision for fighting, which seeks to better connect sensors and shooters on the battlefield, is merely about the systems, it will fail, according to a top Pentagon IT official. Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2) is the Department of Defense’s way ahead for conducting operations in which sensor information is connected allowing warfighters to make better and faster decisions while linking the services…

Senior Air Force official voices caution about increasing OSD’s involvement in JADC2

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Pentagon officials and others have warned that the military services aren’t aligned on the concept of Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2) and need more guidance. But having the Office of the Secretary of Defense take on more responsibility for shepherding the initiative wouldn’t necessarily be the right move, according to a senior Air Force official. The Departments of the Air Force, Army and Navy each have separate initiatives that…