Summary of the Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2) Strategy   [open pdf - 1MB]

From the Foreword: "In the current global security environment, the United States military faces agile adversaries who increasingly seek to undermine our strategic and operational strengths by impeding, and, where possible, denying our command and control (C2) capabilities. The ability of the U.S. military to regain and maintain information and decision advantage is one of the Department's top priorities. This Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2) strategy describes the urgent need for a focused Departmental push on actions to empower our Joint Force Commanders with the capabilities needed to command the Joint Force across all warfighting domains and throughout the electromagnetic spectrum to deter, and, if necessary, defeat any adversary at any time and in any place around the globe. The JADC2 Strategy provides a vision and an approach for identifying, organizing and delivering improved Joint Force C2 capabilities, and accounts for adversaries who have closed many of the capability and methodology advantages we depend upon for operational success. As an approach, JADC2 supports the development of materiel and non-materiel solution options using innovative technologies coupled with a willingness to modify existing policies, authorities, organizational constructs, and operational procedures to deliver information and decision advantage to Joint Force Commanders."

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