Air Force Seeks Kill Chain Integration Concept Papers

Air Force Seeks Kill Chain Integration Concept Papers
U.S. Air Force

The U.S. Air Force has asked industry to submit concept papers on kill chain integration platforms needed to ensure spectrum awareness of emerging threats. 

A broad agency announcement posted Tuesday says the service seeks operationally focused intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities that could help meet the requirements of combatant commanders and optimize end-user experience.

Topics of interest include intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance advancement, machine learning and artificial intelligence, enhanced situational awareness, improvements to existing Air Force/Department of Defense infrastructure, cryptographic operations advancement, geospatial analysis of social media, exploitation of enemy threat systems, anti-access/anti-denial environments and 5th to 4th generation communications.  

The Air Force Command Control Communications Intelligence and Network Kill Chain Integration Branch is interested in proposals offering platforms with a Technology Readiness Level of three or higher. 

Concept papers are due Nov. 30, 2021.

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