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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Monday, April 19, 2021

Special Operations Command wants to put all mission data in a single pane of glass | C4ISRNET

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According to an interview with C4ISRNET, SOCOM executive James Smith typically has to go through a mission the “old school way” with many pictures, maps, and drawings. On May 12th in a virtual meeting, Special Operations Command presented an idea that might change things. Known as Mission Command, this is an effort to convert all data needed to be shown on a single glass pane. This will give more clarity and more attention to details and better understanding.

Source: https://www.c4isrnet.com/battlefield-tech/it-networks/2020/05/31/special-operations-command-wants-to-put-all-mission-data-in-a-single-pane-of-glass/

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