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Army Futures Command Establishes All-Domain Sensing Cross-Functional Team

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Army Futures Command Establishes All-Domain Sensing Cross-Functional Team

The Army Futures Command has established a new cross-functional team focusing on all-domain sensing capabilities. The creation of the team follows the completion of the Assured Positioning, Navigation and Timing/Space CFT’s original mission, the Army Futures Command said.

The All-Domain Sensing Cross-Functional Team will focus on developing the Army’s capacity to optimize and synchronize intelligence collection with data processing and sensor-to-shooter operations. It aligns with the Army’s need to maintain battlefield awareness and make informed decisions in complex combat environments.

The ADS CFT’s efforts will center on four key areas: multi-sensor dominance, sensing architecture, advanced processing and dissemination, and operational enablers. Gen. James Rainey, the AFC’s commanding general, noted the CFT model’s efficiency in rapidly addressing capability needs.

The new team will also collaborate with various teams across the Army, the Joint Force and other entities such as requirements and architecture communities, materiel developers and testing, training and experimentation facilitators.

Led by Director Mike Monteleone, the ADS CFT will be based in Adelphi, Maryland, and Huntsville, Alabama, and is expected to attain full operational capability by the second quarter of fiscal year 2025.

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