INCREASED EFFECTIVENESS OF THE JOINT FIRE'S KILL CHAIN VIA IMPROVEMENTS IN COMMAND AND CONTROL RESPONSIVENESS FOR BETTER COOPERATIVE ENGAGEMENT CAPABILITY
Haycock, Kelly P.
Rodriguez-Negron, Axel E.
Paulo, Eugene P.
Beery, Paul T.
Pollman, Anthony G.
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The system of interest (SOI) for this research centers on the mission of a friendly Blue Force (BF) controlling the enemy Red Force's (RF) influence on a strategic, bottleneck trade route and the execution of the kill chain functions performed by the BF during the conflict that ensues. The kill chain function of 'finding the RF threat' is conducted by the BF's Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance (ISR), the function of 'targeting the RF threat' is performed by the BF's decision maker, and the function of 'engaging the RF threat' is conducted by the BF's shooter. There are multiple messages exchanged between the BF's ISR, decision maker, and shooter during execution of the kill chain functions and a recognized need to improve the command and control (C2) responsiveness while performing cooperative engagements to ensure overmatch of a near peer enemy by 2030, when naval unmanned surface vessels are predicted to join the fleet.
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