Army officials place emphasis on network and people in first Project Convergence experiment

By Jaspreet Gill / September 24, 2020 at 9:08 AM
YUMA PROVING GROUND, AZ -- The Army recently wrapped up its first Project Convergence sensor-to-shooter learning campaign that explores the service's role in the Air Force-led Joint All-Domain Command and Control effort, with senior officials stressing the need for a unified, resilient network and having the right people to contribute to the Joint Force. Project Convergence consists of five phases: compete, penetrate, dis-integrate, exploit and re-compete. All phases link with the experiment's five core components: people, command and control, weapons...

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