C2 Interoperability. A Force Multiplier for Joint/Combined Operations and Homeland Security
AUBURN UNIV AL
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The intensity and frequency of joint and combined operations, including operations other than war OOTW as well as the accelerating technological advances in command and control have highlighted C2 interoperability issues. The Command and Control Research Program continues to provide an important intellectual forum for military C2 interoperability problems. This forum has been particularly useful for members of the three service C2 acquisition commands and their major interoperability initiative. The commanders of the service C2 acquisition centers, Communications and Electronics Command, Fort Monmouth CECOM, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command, San Diego SPAWAR, Electronic Systems Center, Hanscom, AFB ESC, formed the Joint Command and Control Integration Interoperability Group JC2I2G. The JC2I2G exists to promote joint interoperability and change processes and structures by initiating bottom up change to implement Joint C2 integration and interoperability, and by supporting the unified commands in resolving interoperability issues of service specific systems. Recognizing the pivotal role the US Joint Forces Command USJFCOM as the Joint Force Integrator, the Director, J6 of USJFCOM serves as principal member of the JC2I2G.
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