Linking command nodes and communication nodes
Connecting the Joint Force as One
Future mission success will lay in highly-effective Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2)
‘Joining Forces’ has always been a critical factor in creating extra strength
In the future, more than ever before, mission advantage will go to military forces who can coordinate and act together across all domains. Observing, orienting, deciding and acting together, faster and with greater effect than their adversaries is the next-gen technological edge for Joint Forces. And, whether Joint Forces are across United States military branches including the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, U.S. Marines, U.S. Space Force, or in partnership with allies―future mission success will lay in highly-effective Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2).
The Future of the Joint Force – Multi-Domain Connections
JADC2 connects distributed sensors, shooters and data from all domains to all forces. It provides a decisive advantage to the warfighter by connecting platforms and weapons across a common architecture regardless of service or domain. These modernized military systems, secure networks and communications networking will use new technology and processes to connect people and data to ensure faster, better decisions to enable mission success.
We’re at the Forefront of Military Technological Advancement with the Joint Force
Northrop Grumman has built pioneering global security systems for generations. We were there at pivotal national defense and security milestones in the past century. Our multi-domain experience spans from building the first airplanes and developing the first radars to creating the Apollo Lunar Module and the world’s smallest microchip.
Today, Northrop Grumman is at the forefront of military technological and open-architecture advancements that enable the Joint Force. We have developed or currently play a critical role in delivering pathfinder capabilities that will deliver command and control in secure networks across each branch of the military, including the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, U.S. Space Force and U.S. Marines as well as partner countries including Australia, United Kingdom, Japan and Korea.
How Northrop Grumman Connects the Multi-Domain Battlespace
Northrop Grumman already leads the way in providing systems that enable command and control across domains. We are bringing our expertise in advanced technology, software, platform integration, advanced sensors, autonomy, manned-unmanned teaming, and advanced networking across all domains to support emerging JADC2 needs across the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) and our allies. We’re enabling the DOD to realize the vision of the National Defense Strategy and we’re committed to bringing future global security all-domain systems to reality.
While at the forefront of many of these efforts, we are partnering with the U.S. DOD, allied nations, and leading defense and non-traditional technology companies to develop the agile, technologically-advanced open-architecture systems of the future.
Command and Control Across Domains
Connecting the Joint Force
Empowering the Force with C4ISR
C4ISR is Command, Control, Communications, Computers (C4) Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR). At Northrop Grumman, our web of platforms, payloads, sensors and systems give our customers the information they need, when they need it, defining what’s possible both for warfighters and first responders.
When seconds matter, Northrop Grumman’s integrated mission solutions enable forces to know, decide and respond at outcome-changing speeds…
Careers in Connecting the Joint Force as One
Intrigued by taking on what’s never been done? From aerospace to engineering, and logistics to cybersecurity, every career at Northrop Grumman is unlocking tomorrow’s possibilities.
You’ll be working with experimental technologies and developing the latest solutions in projects critical to challenging the future of exploration, defense and communication around the world.