How PAC-3 contributes to Joint All-Domain Operations (JADO)
Lockheed Martin is helping our customers with the new, highly contested threats they face. Those threats require assured, resilient communications built on a networked architecture that seamlessly integrates all assets of the joint all-domain battlespace. We want to optimize weapon-to-target pairings and available inventories to maximize mission effectiveness.
We’re leveraging our demonstrated multi-domain expertise to connect any sensor with any shooter across the services to maximize flexibility, advance command and control at machine speeds and support real-time decision making for the warfighter. We are demonstrating those capabilities across multiple domains in large force exercises today.
As part of its role in JADO, PAC-3 has demonstrated integration with the THAAD Weapon System, the U.S. Army’s Integrated Air and Missile Defense Battle Command System (IBCS) and F-35, the most advanced node in the 21st century warfare network-centric architecture.
Reliability and Demand
Hitting the Target: PAC-3 in Action