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Understanding Command and Control is no longer an option-- it is a requirement. With the recent combat and peacekeeping operations around the world, military forces have been forced to develop a faster, more effective and adaptable command and control model to quickly respond to the operator’s needs.
Today’s missions differ from traditional military tasks as they are more complex and dynamic. They require more qualitative and collective capabilities and efforts in order to succeed. Adapting lessons learned, new technological and methodical advancements across command levels will allow future operations to be conducted with more precise force and operators to adapt quicker to the ever-changing combat spectrum.
IDGA’s 4th Annual Command and Control Summit will explore the latest news and technological advancements as well as lessons learned from recent efforts. It will also take a close look at the process of developing Command and Control strategies and technologies for forces that allow them to effectively operate within diverse threat environments.
View the conference agenda to learn more at: http://bit.ly/GRLNxd
Military, Defense Professionals, Army
Contact Name: Jelani Bektemba
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