Officials from Army Futures Command will meet with industry on Oct. 21 to discuss Project Convergence 22, which will include British and Australian army participation, according to an Oct. 5 Army notice.
Futures Command officials will discuss the plan for PC 22 and the capabilities that will be required, according to the notice. There will also be a chance for industry to ask questions.
PC 22 will feature a division or brigade headquarters at the National Training Center at Ft. Irwin, CA, which will compete against an opposing force at White Sands Missile Range, NM, according to the notice.
A Multi-Domain Task Force will participate in the exercise, which will demonstrate areas of interoperability between the different branches of the U.S. military and foreign partners, according to the notice. The exercise will include a denied or degraded electromagnetic environment, as well as new technologies and tactics that are designed around those situations.
This year’s Project Convergence exercise begins this week, and will run for six weeks.