A Swarm Of Swarms: Toward Aerospace Warfare Model Of The 21st Century

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News Story Source: J.Hawk, Daniel Deiss, Edwin Watson
While the phrase "system of systems" has entered relatively common usage some years ago as a reflection of the need to field systems and assets with complementary capabilities that will operate as part of a synergistic whole in their respective domain of warfare, in the realm of aerospace combat the United States is moving in the direction of the "swarm" as the key organizing principle of its combat paradigm.

The US Air Force Future Operating Concept which attempts to envision USAF operations in the year 2035 places "interconnectedness" high on the list of buzzwords, and promotes such goals as "Global Integrated Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance" and "Global Precision Strike", all being controlled from "Multi-Domain Operations Centers" whose ability to manage a wide variety of interconnected systems and assets would guarantee getting inside the adversary's "Observe, Orient, Decide, Act" (OODA) Loo
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