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Army Futures Command Integrating Transformation Efforts to Enable Multidomain Approach

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Army Futures Command Integrating Transformation Efforts to Enable Multidomain Approach

The U.S. Army Futures Command has taken on the responsibility of leading the integration of the Army’s transformation efforts in a way that would enable a multidomain approach, according to AFC Deputy Commanding General Lt. Gen. Thomas Todd III.

The integration work involves developing systems compatible with the technologies multinational partners are using. Project Convergence is part of the effort to improve collaboration with U.S. allies and help enable the Joint All-Domain Command and Control concept. In 2024, a Project Convergence capstone experiment will be held to integrate Australian, British and American data platforms, the U.S. Army said.

Capstone 4 will build on lessons learned from Project Convergence 22, during which the United Kingdom and Australia participated to strengthen their collaboration with the United States through data integration at the human, technical and procedural levels.

The AFC is also developing weapon systems and ensuring interoperable communications in partnership with the U.K. and Australia, an effort led by the network and long-range precision fires cross-functional teams. The network CFT hosts foreign liaison officers from British and Australian armies to guide information interoperability initiatives, concepts and goals while the LPRF CFT works with the U.K. to build weapon systems under a collaborative agreement signed in 2020.

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