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Air Force to establish new squadron at Beale AFB

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The Department of the Air Force selected Beale Air Force Base, California, as the home of a new Battle Management Control Squadron. 


The new mission will add 140 military authorizations at Beale AFB over the next few years with personnel expected to begin arriving in summer 2025.  


This is a vital step in the Department of the Air Force’s battle management modernization as the department desires to perform this function for multiple theaters simultaneously from a location outside the theater(s) of operations.  


The BMCS will integrate with the Common Mission Control Center at Beale AFB and perform battle management of manned and unmanned new and legacy aircraft and allow greater collaboration between information systems.  


The CMCC’s mission is to present integrated and fused multi-domain intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance data to decision makers by using artificial intelligence and machine learning to reduce human task load. It manages command and control productivity, shortens the task execution chain and reduces human-intensive communications.  



Originally published at http://www.af.mil/News/Article-Display/Article/3711839/air-force-to-establish-new-squadron-at-beale-afb/

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