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May 23, 2023
Lockheed Martin (NYSE: LMT) successfully demonstrated digital command and control (C2) to synchronize joint all-domain fires during the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command’s (INDOPACOM) Northern Edge exercise near Alaska. The results will help shape future joint all-domain command and control (JADC2) capabilities.
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“We are responding to priority national defense demands for integrating JADC2 infrastructure with proven technology to provide service members with decision advantage during live exercises at operational speed and scale. This ultimately enables the joint force to acquire true JADC2 capability years sooner than they would through the traditional defense acquisition process.” – Amr Hussein, C4ISR vice president at Lockheed Martin
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Aligning with the INDOPACOM JFN vision to accelerate allies and partners interoperability, Lockheed Martin will participate in the upcoming Talisman Sabre exercise and potentially the U.S. Army’s Project Convergence Capstone Four. We are commitment to advancing JADC2 capabilities and delivering game-changing, innovative technology for the Joint Force.