An ability for the U.S. Air Force to distribute air battle planning and monitoring so as to be more survivable is being tested by BAE Systems under a DARPA program. The capability allows planners in different locations to share a picture of the battle and assess its progress even when communications are disrupted. Under the Resilient Synchronized Planning and Assessment for the Contested Environment (Rspace) program, BAE is developing software decision aids for the air operations center ...

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