Now until mid-November, Booz Allen is joining the U.S. Army, U.S. Air Force, industry, academia, and other joint and coalition partners at Project Convergence 2022 (PC ’22), the Army’s exercise for the Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2) initiative. JADC2 is of the utmost importance to the Department of Defense (DOD), but the question is—how do we make it a reality?
Through Project Convergence, the Army will further the success of ground-breaking capabilities by conducting live testing with partners on the ground. Notably for 2022, this is the first time international partners will be attending the exercise, allowing the Army to work hand in hand with U.S. allies to solve the most pressing JADC2 challenges.
Booz Allen will be on the ground with the Army and Air Force to showcase the Modular Detachment Kit (MDK), a game-changing solution. Built by Booz Allen, this fully operational multi-domain integration agent for tactical command and control (C2) provides holistic integration of disparate C2 data systems and bridges the gap between 20th and 21st century technologies.