US will paralyze enemy decision-making through a new development
WASHINGTON — The US Air Force is taking military action to the next level. The United States has officially given BAE Systems $ 2.8 million to launch laboratory work and develop weapons that should paralyze enemy decision-making. BAE Systems will work on this project with the US Air Force Research Laboratory.
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The main idea is to prevent the enemy from reacting quickly, in a timely and consistent manner to the actions of US troops. According to BAE Systems, this can be achieved by developing technology that differently affects the number of domains used in a country’s security.
BAE Systems says such paralysis of enemy decision-making can be achieved by implementing technologies that affect communications, using lightning cyberattacks, kinetic attacks, and combining other capabilities.
“The goal of the COMMAND program is to understand the imposition of complex Courses of Action against an adversary’s integrated systems by modeling their decision calculus,” said Mike Miller, technical group leader at BAE Systems FAST Labs research and development organization. “From kinetic attacks to jamming communications and cyber attacks, determining a combination of these various attack surfaces will make it challenging for the adversary to react in a timely and coherent manner.”
In this way, experts believe, that in the future the army, which has such technology, will be able to influence the information passing through the entire process of military action in the enemy, and will put the enemy in strategic paralysis. For this reason, BAE Systems intends to engage its development in the Observe, Orient, Decide, and Act cycle with the enemy.
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