The debate about the recruitment of educated youth all over the world is not new. Some studies in the past had underlined that the students from science and technical backgrounds were more vulnerable to be recruited by terrorist outfits than those having social science backgrounds. An article published in Dhaka Tribune points out the same.
April 18, 2017
The air, space and cyber domains are increasingly challenged by threats. To help address current and future threats, Bethesda, MD-based Lockheed Martin announced on April 11 that it will host a three-day war game exercise at its Center for Innovation or “The Lighthouse” in Suffolk, Virginia to show how cross domain command and control can be enhanced by operationally integrating air, space and cyber domains.
“Asymmetric threats throughout the world underscore the need to stay inside our adversaries observe orient, decision action loop,” said Dr. Rob Smith, vice president of C4ISR for Lockheed Martin. “This exercise will look at ways to bring synergistic battlespace effects by merging the planning cycles of all three domains.”
During this three-day exercise, Lockheed Martin will explore gaps and synergies in the air, space, and cyber planning processes that can provide insight into how to bring these stove-piped systems together. The exercise will use two teams, one integrated team and one traditional team, in order to observe and identify ways to integrate three disparate processes.
The results of the exercise will be provided to the Air Force Multi-Domain Command and Control (MDC2) Enterprise Capability Collaboration Team, led by Brigadier General B. Chance Saltzman, which has been directed to develop a plan to make MDC2 a reality.
Source: Lockheed Martin