Soldiers and airmen are on the ground and in the air, awaiting your orders. In front of you, at the heart of your decision making, a 3-D picture of the entire Joint All-Domain operational environment displays friendly and hostile aircraft in the skies and troop movements on the ground.
These images spring from your command and control (C2) equipment, which connects leaders in your operations centers to warfighters all around the globe. By providing visualization of the battlespace across multiple environmental planes, C2 is critical to mission success in the digital battlespace.
To address today’s adversarial threats where any large physical presence—an installation or sizable caravan transporting equipment—may be a target, the nation’s military is striving for more agile, deployable, and survivable C2 capabilities. Scaling the physical presence of C2 equipment and making it faster to set up and break down, is essential to effective agile deployment and providing warfighters the C2 picture they need in the time they need it.
At Northern Strike 2021 (NS21) in Camp Grayling, Michigan, Booz Allen Hamilton debuted a modular, tailorable, and scalable approach to streamlined, open C2 technology that could soon become the standard. Working in partnership with the Michigan National Guard and innovative new-generation equipment suppliers, Booz Allen is connecting C2 systems for faster deployment and better situational awareness worldwide.