speed of modern operations and today’s threats are combining to put pressure on
how the US military conducts command and control, according to speakers at AFA’s
Air & Space Conference last week.
Force Space Command recently made a huge step towards integrating onto the joint
information environment “and nobody noticed,” said Gen. John Hyten, commander
of Air Force Space Command, at AFA’s Air & Space Conference in National
Harbor, Md., Sept. 16.
The Air Force’s space and cyber capabilities in combat are so lethal
that it’s not safe to practice with them in wargames, said Air Combat Command
chief Gen. Mike Hostage.
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