Protected: Connecting the Joint Force

Connecting the Joint Force 

Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2) is a destination. Northrop Grumman is trailblazing the expansion of technology connections, data sharing and translation and multi-domain operations to facilitate the expedition of government partners in reaching all their JADC2 goals. A leader in emerging technologies and systems integration, we are solving our customer’s biggest challenges mission thread by mission thread – from seabed to space.

Connecting Domains

Northrop Grumman advances mission effectiveness by embracing JADC2 attributes across the multi-domain battlespace. Understanding sea, land, air, space and cyber mission environments underpins our insights of multi-domain operations. Through a JADC2 lens, our solutions are designed for consuming information from multiple sources, making sense of that information, and delivering actionable decisions for warfighters.

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Connecting Domains

Northrop Grumman advances mission effectiveness by embracing JADC2 attributes across the multi-domain battlespace. Understanding sea, land, air, space and cyber mission environments underpins our insights of multi-domain operations. Through a JADC2 lens, our solutions are designed for consuming information from multiple sources, making sense of that information, and delivering actionable decisions for warfighters.

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Sea

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Land

Demonstrating Our Expertise

Visit our newsroom to learn more about how we’re expanding technology to support our government partners in reaching all their JADC2 goals.

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Enhancing Networks for US Air Force

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Connecting Distributed Platforms Across Domains

Multi-platform demonstration showcased interoperability among F-35, MQ-4C Triton, E-2D Advanced Hawkeye and naval ships

US Army semi-autonomous, mobile TITAN system

Pre-Prototype Ground System Demonstrated at Project Convergence

Demonstrating Our Expertise

Visit our newsroom to learn more about how we’re expanding technology to support our government partners in reaching all their JADC2 goals.

In the News
U.S. military load a C-5 aircraft with Northrop Grumman’s Integrated Battle Command System (IBCS) equipment

Northrop Grumman’s Integrated Battle Command System Achieves Initial Operational Capability

Northrop Grumman Corporation’s (NYSE: NOC) Integrated Battle Command System (IBCS) has achieved initial operational capability from the U.S. Army. 

Illustration of Platform Agnostic Flight

Northrop Grumman Demonstrates Platform Agnostic In-Flight Connectivity for US Air Force

 Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE: NOC) successfully demonstrated the technical capability to connect a full aircraft ecosystem. 

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Connecting Systems

Northrop Grumman has the enabling capabilities and technologies to deliver optimal connectivity and data sharing, which we’ve consistently demonstrated through our ability to integrate mission systems from across all services, domains and agencies.

With all defensive assets connected, we provide a technological advantage to serve our nation and allies. Our Combined Joint All Domain Command and Control (CJADC2) capabilities provide complete mission visibility through the intelligent and timely exchange of data that provides instantaneous awareness and authority across battlespaces.

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Connecting Globally

Northrop Grumman is committed to providing the critical Multi-Domain Operation (MDO) capabilities our nation and allies need for global security and defense.

We leverage our comprehensive perspective and innovative strength against the challenge of realizing a fully joint and combined all domain C2 future.

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Connecting Battlespaces

From the fingertips of our warfighters to the situation room, Northrop Grumman’s JADC2 capabilities provide complete mission visibility. We partner with the U.S. Department of Defense, allied nations, and leading defense and non-traditional technology companies to develop the agile, technologically-advanced open-architecture systems of the future.

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 regardless of service or domain.

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Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance