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  • Nellis is empowering warfighters via DevSecOps

    The Department of the Air Force Rapid Capabilities Office is using multiple technologies to build its Advanced Battle Management System to create decision superiority by delivering information and capabilities to decision makers at all echelons.
  • The ShOC-N: Bringing the ABMS future faster

    Effective communication is key to success in any business, but in the business of national defense, it can be the difference between mission success or failure.
  • Nellis AFB is ‘centerpiece’ for Air Force modernization

    Warfighters at Nellis Air Force Base are helping the United States Air Force build a more integrated and lethal force through Advanced Battle Management System development, the Air Force’s network solution to enable rapid decision-making that powers Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2).“A modern Air Force requires us to process and share
  • Advanced Battle Management System OnRamp #2, Accelerating Data-Sharing and Decision-Making

    The 805th Combat Training Squadron, also known as the Shadow Operations Center-Nellis (ShOC-N) participated in the most recent Air Force Advanced Battle Management System (ABMS) Onramp #2 exercise Aug. 31 - Sept. 3, 2020.
  • Spitler takes command of Shadow Operations Center-Nellis

    Lieutenant Colonel David Spitler became commander of the 805th Combat Training Squadron (CTS), also known as the Shadow Operations Center-Nellis (ShOC-N), during a change of command ceremony, June 5th, on Nellis Air Force Base (AFB), Nevada.
  • Joint All-Domain Command and Control Experimentation, Empowering Airmen to Innovate

    Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2) experiments by the Air Force's Shadow Operations Center – Nellis (ShOC-N), Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Joint Staff are leading the continued successful development effort to integrate command and control (C2) through all domains which will give U.S. Forces a significant advantage over our adversaries.
  • RED FLAG Command and Control, ‘Much More Lethal’

    RED FLAG (RF) joint/coalition exercises focus on air, space, and cyber domain integration, maximizing the live, virtual, and constructive capabilities executed at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada. Most are familiar with RF's tactical side (aircraft flying), what they don't realize is that there's even more significant capability that is being exercised around the Airmen and their aircraft by the Shadow Operations Center – Nellis (ShOC-N).
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