JADC2 Lead Warns Traditional Authority Would Slow Effort

Airmen monitor computers during an Advanced Battle Management System experiment in September 2020. ABMS is the U.S. Air Force’s share of the overall Joint All Domain Command and Control concept.
Credit: U.S. Air Force
Additional centralized authority over the Pentagon’s broad Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2) concept could slow development and make the process more risk averse, the Pentagon’s lead for the effort said in response to a new think-tank report that argues a central authority is needed...

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