What’s the end game for the US Air Force’s command and control overhaul?


JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Md.— The U.S. Air Force’s top general has made multidomain command and control one of his top priorities. Now he wants to see it become the Pentagon’s No. 1 technology development initiative.

That means that when Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Dave Goldfein retires next year, he’d like to pass the baton to the Defense Department’s undersecretary of research and engineering — currently Mike Griffin — to execute a program that will encompass all the military services and the platforms they operate.

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