The 805th Combat Training Squadron’s Shadow Operations Center-Nellis, or ShOC-N, held an advanced technology demonstration for personnel from multiple areas as part of Exercise Red Flag 22-3, Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada.
Red Flag is a two-week forward air component-focused combat exercise held several times a year by 414 Combat Training Squadron. The exercise aims to provide realistic multi-domain advanced combat training to allied combatants and partners in a degraded and operationally challenged environment.
ShOC-N is the Air Force’s premier combat laboratory that supports experimentation, prototyping, integration, and testing of key technologies and capabilities designed to compress the chain of destruction for joint combatants and coalition.
In coordination with the 414th CTS, the ShOC-N planned, organized, and executed a technology demonstration that included ten tools and applications in various stages of development and a wide range of mission areas. Red Flag 22-3 provided an ideal environment for ShOC-N to introduce new emerging technologies to warfighters.
The technology demonstration highlighted potential solutions to warfighter capability requirements, ranging from spatial domain awareness of indication and warning to a complex airspace management tool using a multi-correlator. sources and a tracker to the cyber command and control program.
“The ShOC-N creates a unique environment that allows the demonstration of current and emerging capabilities that help accelerate the development of warfighter requirements to achieve Air Force objectives,” said 805th CTS project manager Garry Benton. /ShOC-N. “Technological progress is essential to increasing our military advantage in great power competition.”
“When ready, the ShOC-N can help connect product owners with the cybersecurity and accreditation professionals required to move capability into an operationally relevant experimentation environment,” said Maj. Jesse Swanson, director of systems and communications for the 805th CTS/ShOC-N. . “The ShOC-N is ready to meet current and future stimulation challenges.”
The 805th CTS reports to the 505th Combat Training Group, Nellis AFB, Nevada, and the 505th Command and Control Wing, headquartered at Hurlburt Field, Florida.
For more information on the 805th CTS mission, contact the 505th Command and Control Wing Public Affairs Office at 850-737-0194 or [email protected]
|Date posted:||16.08.2022 12:04|
|Location:||NELLIS AIR FORCE BASE, NV, USA|
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