DARPA advancing 'Assault Breaker II' to test technologies underpinning multi-domain operations 

By Justin Doubleday / May 2, 2019 at 1:33 PM
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is moving forward with the “Assault Breaker II” program to provide the “technical underpinning” for multi-domain operations and counter anti-access, area-denial strategies employed by Russia and China. The program is modeled after the original Assault Breaker project DARPA led in the 1970s, when Defense Department officials were faced with using conventional forces to counter a massive Soviet Union invasion into Western Europe. The effort yielded new warfighting concepts and systems like joint battle management...

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