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Northrop Grumman Provides Distributed Mission Operations Network for Virtual Training

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Northrop Grumman Provides Distributed Mission Operations Network for Virtual Training

The Combat Air Force Distributed Training Center recently hosted a large-force, virtual training event, showcasing a Northrop Grumman solution for training warfighters for the future requirements of the battlefield.

Held at Langley Air Force Base in Virginia, DMON Argonne 23 offered participants a chance to gain knowledge about combat against peer adversaries in a complex, multidomain threat scenario using networked aircraft simulators. Northrop Grumman provided its Distributed Mission Operations Network, allowing the center to execute a large-scale virtual training event.

During the four-day training event, the military branch hosted 44 sites, 97 cockpits and trained 196 personnel operating several aircraft, including the F-22, MQ-9 and the Navy’s EA-18G platform, Northrop Grumman said.

Northrop Grumman has been helping the U.S. armed forces ensure warfighters have the needed technologies when facing adversaries. In October 2023, it received an Air Force Research Laboratory contract to integrate commercial space internet on airborne platforms.

The company also worked with L3Harris Technologies to develop Relay Ground Station-Asia to help the U.S. Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific replace its missile warning system by 2025.

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