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Anglo spy fusion: Operation Empire Challenge, C4ISR OTM executive summary, 26 Nov 2008

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May 17, 2009
Summary

Operation Empire Challenge 2008 was a sophisticated combined anglo-empire (US, UK, AUS, CAN) space, air and ground intelligence and targeting fusion operation to test next-generation warfare.

Despite the involvement of four countries and over 70 military and intelligence related organizations in the United States alone, the operation was not reported in the press.

This restricted document presents the Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance (C4ISR) executive summary from one of the groups involved, the US Army's C4ISR "On The Move" technology demonstration unit. While essentially a budget purloiner, written in the worst military buzz-phrase language, it does provide some details of the broader operation.

See also Anglo spy fusion: Operation Empire Challenge - 87 documents, 2008.
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United States
Military or intelligence (ruling)
US Department of Defense
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English
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