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  • Hurlburt Wing takes ACE C2 to the next level for Lead Wings

    For almost a decade, U.S. defense officials have deemed the return of great-power competition to be the most significant challenge to U.S. national security. As a result, the Department of Defense's leadership is taking bigger and bolder steps to maintain the U.S. military and technological edge

  • Hurlburt C2 SMEs enhance ACE LW exercise realism

    Over 1,000 personnel in multiple locations took part in exercise AGILE FLAG 22-2, testing the 23rd Wing’s ability to conduct agile combat employment, or ACE, operations during Air Combat Command’s first Lead Wing certification exercise.

  • Air Force units support Navy Valiant Shield exercise

    U.S. Air Force Airmen from the 505th Command and Control Wing at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico, and Beale AFB, California, supported the U.S. Navy’s ninth iteration of exercise Valiant Shield 22 last month.

  • Battle Lab supports cross-service JADC2, Valiant Shield exercise

    The 805th Combat Training Squadron, also known as the Shadow Operations Center – Nellis, Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, participated in the U.S. Navy’s Valiant Shield 2022 exercise with the goal of streamlining and compressing the kill chain and decision-making process by employing advanced

  • DMOC brings next generation C2 to life

    The 705th Combat Training Squadron recently executed a virtual Tactical Operations Center – Light experiment in their Distributed Mission Operations Center at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico. The experiment was designed to provide an initial assessment of the functions and manning required to

  • ACC's Agile Combat Employment just got more AGILE

    Air Combat Command has made significant progress on a number of Agile Combat Employment initiatives, including the creation of an agile battle lab. As the command continues to anticipate changes and adapt to ACE concepts, innovation and integration has never been more important Air Combat Command