U.S. Central Command

Members of the 56th Air and Space Communications Squadron at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam operate cyber systems using a Enhanced communications flyaway kit during the Global Information Dominance Experiment 3 and Architect Demonstration Evaluation 5 at Alpena Combat Readiness Training Center, Alpena, Michigan, July, 12, 2021. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Amy Picard)

US Space Command created new ‘information warfare’ position dedicated to synchronizing and coordinating capabilities

Each of the combatant commands have organized in their own way for operations in the information environment.
Two soldiers from the 18th Field Artillery Brigade get grid coordinates for a live-fire exercise in Utah Feb.2,2023. This reoccurring exercise, called Scarlet Dragon, is a continuation of each U.S. military branch’s plan to modernize and test systems. (Photo by: Sgt. Erin Conway, 18th Field Artillery Brigade).

XVIII Airborne Corps, other units test their data prowess at Scarlet Dragon exercise

The XVIII Airborne Corps through its Scarlet Dragon exercise series seeks to improve data and ultimately decision-making across the Army, joint force and coalitions.
U.S. Air Force Airmen with the 379th Expeditionary Force Support Squadron check the water pallet shipping numbers to ensure the water is safe to drink at Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar, May 10, 2017. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Amy M. Lovgren)

US Central Command wants 24/7 AI surveillance network to monitor foreign nationals working on bases

The system would help augment the Air Force force protection personnel whose job it is to watch foreign nationals working on bases in the Middle East.
Soldiers deployed to At-Tanf Garrison, Syria, fire an 81 mm mortar weapon system during a readiness exercise on April 22, 2020. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. William Howard)

Garrison in Syria used by US troops attacked by kamikaze drones

American military forces and their local partners in Syria were attacked by multiple kamikaze drones on Friday, according to U.S. Central Command.
U.S. Central Command’s Chief Technology Officer Schuyler Moore (left) and Army Sgt. Mickey Reeve (right) brief reportres at the Pentagon, Dec. 7. 2022. (Photo by Jon Harper)

Centcom to test new counter-drone training software at Red Sands

U.S. Central Command will soon be putting new counter-drone training software through its paces at the Red Sands experimentation venue in the Middle East, according to Chief…