Naval C4ISR: did you know?
Modern Naval warfare is a multi-domain endeavor working simultaneously across air, surface, subsurface, and EW/cyber activities. Composite Warfare Commanders can be located at the Fleet, Force, or Group level, depending on the size and complexity of a given operation, to oversee and coordinate activities of the subordinate commands for all warfighting domains. To ensure effective collaboration across echelons and domains, the Naval Research Enterprise is developing innovative command and control mission management systems that support comprehensive, collaborative planning through the use of decision support services, analytic tools, and common displays that assist planners during mission planning. Learn more about this effort at the Naval Future Force Science and Technology Expo.
Expeditionary Maneuver Warfare and Combating Terrorism S&T: did you know?
The Expeditionary Maneuver Warfare and Combating Terrorism Science & Technology (S&T) Department (ONR 30) plans, executes, and manages an integrated portfolio of basic research, applied research, and advanced technology development to enable warfighting capabilities for the future Marine Corps, Navy Special Warfare (NSW), and the Naval Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC). ONR 30 advances state-of-the-art technology and scientific knowledge, expands warfighting capabilities through development and transfer of mission relevant S&T and scientific knowledge, and informs both new operational concepts and requirements development. Coordination amongst the operating forces, scientists, and engineers is critical to ensure S&T addresses warfighter needs. ONR 30 will introduce and discuss its S&T Priority Areas at the Expo.
Looking for more information? Download a fact sheet for the expo here.