After early fielding, Marine Corps pursuing CAC2S L-Class ship and air traffic control use

By Aidan Quigley / April 16, 2021 at 11:06 AM
After the Marine Corps fully fielded its new Common Aviation Command and Control System last summer more than a year ahead of schedule, the service is moving forward with additional uses for the system. The Marine Corps fully fielded the system in July 2020, 14 months ahead of the September 2021 objective and 20 months ahead of the March 2022 threshold. General Dynamics, the original equipment manufacturer, delivered 50 systems to meet the fielding requirements. The Marine Corps is now...

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