C2 stakeholders craft recommendations to keep systems relevant

By Rachel Cohen  
February 9, 2018 at 5:00 AM
Air Force officials plan to recommend a slate of tactical and training changes by Feb. 11, following a study on the future of command-and-control assets at Nellis Air Force Base, NV. Col. Jon Rhone, commander of the 505th Test and Evaluation Group at Nellis AFB, told Inside the Air Force in a recent interview the wing commanders who oversee C2 weapon systems are concerned current equipment and training could become irrelevant by 2040. Eleven attendees at last December's meeting represented...

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