The Distributed Mission Operations Center (DMOC) is the Air Force’s hub for distributed combat training exercises, testing and experimentation. Through the DMOC, warfighters at locations around the globe face realistic threat scenarios to practice tactics and procedures.
The DMOC architecture integrates virtual and constructive simulations across various networks to support a synthetic battlespace that models weapons and Command, Control, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance systems. Lockheed Martin has supported the DMOC for three decades, facilitating a number of training exercises each year for U.S. and coalition forces.
Integrating live, virtual and constructive elements, the DMOC paves the way to bridge the gap for fifth generation aircraft training.
The DMOC program is administered by the Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center with operations conducted by the 705th Combat Training Squadron, 505th Command and Control Wing. The wing’s mission is to improve warfighter capability through command and control testing, tactics development and training.
U.S. Army, Navy, Marine and coalition personnel also participate in distributed training exercises hosted by the DMOC.