The pursuit of joint all domain operations is arguably the Defense Department’s top priority for ensuring a future-ready force. Taking direction from the new administration, senior officials are moving with warp speed to deliver warfighter coordination across land, sea, space, air and cyber. But getting there will require a mix of visionary thinking, bold experimentation, and smart solutions that challenge the status quo. In a series of Pathfinder dialogues, we will look at the senior innovators contributing to this movement and how their teams are paving the way for a joint all domain operating environment.


This will be a series of webcasts. You must register for and watch each separately.

June 23, 2021
More than just collecting, processing, and transmitting data, the mission to achieve a joint all-domain warfighting network means digitizing the battlespace to provide unparalleled asymmetric advantage wherever threats emerge. In this discussion, we’ll explore how the U.S. Marine Corps is uniting the latest advancements in weaponry and defense at the enterprise level and how this advances DoD’s pursuit of digital all-domain readiness.

June 9, 2021
The Pentagon foresees a future where strategic deterrence and rapid force mobility are so strong that adversaries think twice before attacking U.S. interests. In pursuit of this vision, the services are looking at technologies that can accelerate data sharing, contingency planning, and decision making on the battlefield. In this discussion, we will discuss such technologies and the types of steps needed to improve mobility to bring joint all domain operations to fruition.

May 13, 2021
Senior military officials have begun to embrace the idea that a sensor anywhere in the world could connect to a shooter at any time. But achieving this will require a series of old and new technologies, skills and proficiencies. In this discussion, we outlined why all domain operations have become imperative, the capabilities necessary to make this work, and how the Defense Department can move from how it operates today to the future these leaders describe.