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The decrease in military retention rates is a major issue for national defense. The scarcity of seasoned leaders impacts military effectiveness and raises questions about lower job satisfaction in the defense forces.    The U.S.’s overall military retention rate was 55% in 2021, highlighting the need for improvement. Inadequate compensation, toxic leadership, and limited freedom […] More

RTX business Raytheon, in partnership with the U.S. Army, recently conducted a live fire demonstration of the Lower Tier Air and Missile Defense Sensor, the next-generation air and missile defense radar of the military service. RTX said Wednesday that the demo saw LTAMDS acquire and track a tactical ballistic missile surrogate, hand off tracking data to the Integrated Battle Command System, then guide a PATRIOT Advanced Capability - 3 Cost Reduction Initiative missile launched by the IBCS to intercept the target.

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Raytheon, an RTX subsidiary, and the U.S. Army demonstrated the ability of a next-generation air and missile defense radar system to acquire, track and intercept a cruise missile during a recently concluded live-fire engagement test. The Lower Tier Air and Missile Defense Sensor detected and tracked a threat-representative cruise missile target, transmitted track data to the Northrop Grumman-built Integrated Battle Command System for launch command and guided a PAC-3 missile to intercept the target, RTX said Monday.

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Northrop Grumman is advancing its vision of a connected battlespace, called BattleOne, by pursuing the development of next-generation, command-and-control platforms like the Integrated Battle Command System. IBCS works to support air and missile defense operations by connecting multinational and multiservice sensors and effectors into a single, integrated C2 system to enable commanders and soldiers to […] More
Northrop Grumman is advancing its vision of a connected battlespace, called BattleOne, by pursuing the development of next-generation, command-and-control platforms like the Integrated Battle Command System. IBCS works to support air and missile defense operations by connecting multinational and multiservice sensors and effectors into a single, integrated C2 system to enable commanders and soldiers to quickly view data and make informed decisions using that data collected from across the battlefield. More
Poland has declared basic operational capability for the Northrop Grumman-manufactured Integrated Battle Command System that supports its WISLA medium-range air defense program. Following the completion of a series of integration and testing, the milestone underscores that the IBCS has achieved initial combat capability and is moving forward to achieving initial operational capability, Northrop said Friday. […] More
Poland has declared basic operational capability for the Northrop Grumman-manufactured Integrated Battle Command System that supports its WISLA medium-range air defense program. Following the completion of a series of integration and testing, the milestone underscores that the IBCS has achieved initial combat capability and is moving forward to achieving initial operational capability. More
Northrop Grumman was two years ahead of its target date for delivering an Integrated Battle Command System training platform to the government of Poland. Early training will enable Poland to be the first U.S. ally to deploy IBCS to the field, the company said Wednesday. Northrop’s Air Defense Reconfigurable Trainer features both in-person training and […] More
Northrop Grumman has fulfilled an order from the government of Poland for key components of the Integrated Battle Command System. The delivery of the Integrated Fire Control Network relays marks the first completed foreign military sale of IBCS, the company said Monday. Poland acquired the IFCN relays as part of upgrades to its WISLA medium […] More
Northrop Grumman can now deploy to U.S. Army units a command-and-control system designed to support air and missile defense operations after the platform reached initial operational capability status. The IOC designation came weeks after Northrop received approval from the Department of Defense to move the Integrated Battle Command System into full-rate production, the company said […] More
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