Matthew Strohmeyer

U.S. Army Capt. Jennifer Niemann, assigned to Army Futures Command, works inside one of several command cells located at Camp Pendleton, Calif., as part of Project Convergence – Capstone 4, Feb. 22, 2024. PC-C4 is the largest, two-phase experiment to date and assess how technology can enhance cross-domain military operations and unified strategic approaches involving partners from various nations and joint services. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Zion Thomas)

What’s next for the US military’s Global Information Dominance Experiments

Col. Matthew Strohmeyer briefed DefenseScoop on the Pentagon's plans for the upcoming iterations of the GIDE series.
U.S. Airmen assigned with the 726th Air Control Squadron, 366th Operations Group, setup a communication system at Camp Pendleton, Calif., during Project Convergence-Capstone 4. This system allows the USAF to share ground data expeditiously with Air Traffic Control Towers and ground forces across various locations simultaneously. The exercise is just one of many experiments during the month-long PC-C4 event. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Christ-Claude Mowandza-Ndinga)

What’s next for the new CJADC2 minimum viable capability

CDAO leadership recently briefed the media how they plan to advance next-gen command and control in the near-term.