In today's multi-national, asymmetric defense environment, modern warfare demands broader uses of existing command & control systems as well as the integration of evolving technologies to connect and employ military capabilities. The days of long decision and preparation time to react to conflict situations are obsolete. Today's forces need robust command & control system to meet these challenges and need to rely on real active data. With considerable expertise in developing new technologies as well as integrating legacy systems, Lockheed Martin has fielded war-proven command & control capabilities and maintains a visionary focus on future mission needs. By horizontally integrating numerous stove-piped systems and accelerating the decision cycle, we enable forces to act faster and with more decisiveness. .
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