Lt. Gen. Dennis Crall: DOD Set to Move Ahead With JADC2 Buildout

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Lt. Gen. Dennis Crall, chief information officer at the Joint Chiefs of Staff and a 2022 Wash100 Award winner, said the finalized document for Joint All Domain Command and Control strategy implementation is a key step in the Department of Defense’s goal to bring new warfighting technologies to the U.S. military, DOD News reported Monday.

“This is the year of delivery,” Crall said Monday during a virtual briefing event at the Pentagon.

“And that’s exactly what we intend to do. I think we’ve talked, we’ve studied, we’ve interacted, we’ve mapped, it’s now time to put these together and learn by doing.”

Kathleen Hicks, deputy secretary of defense and a fellow 2022 Wash100 Award recipient, signed on March 15th the plan to build out the architecture for military branches to connect sensors and shooters across multiple domains.

Crall noted that the “I-plan” will give defense leaders a clear definition of the tasks, performers and milestones necessary to make the JADC2 concept a reality.

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