Panel discusses support to Warfighter

Panel discusses support to Warfighter

ORLANDO, Fla. — The Army is seeking ways to use technology to better support the Warfighter. A topical panel consisting of members representing different facets of the Army took center stage during an afternoon session of the 27th Army Science Conference Nov. 29.

Panel members discussed their observations regarding the implementation, effectiveness and needed improvements regarding science and technology designed to empower, unburden and protect the Warfighter.

The panel was chaired by Col. John “Buck” Surdu, military deputy for the Communications-Electronics Research Development and Engineering Center, U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command.

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Army asks industry to support Warfighter requirements

Army asks industry to support Warfighter requirements

BALTIMORE — What Soldiers need to be successful on the battlefield and how the technology should be developed were questions the Army and industry met to talk about during Panel Session One at the Team C4ISR Symposium in Baltimore yesterday.

Technology is changing so fast, and the acquisition process traditionally has been so slow, the topic raises more challenges than solutions at present.

The Army C4ISR concept, or “Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance,” supports Soldiers fighting every day, upgrading and modernizing existing systems, incorporating new technologies, and ensuring the operational readiness of these systems that both protect our Warfighters and give them a technological advantage over the enemy.

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