Listen and interact with Colonel Dwayne Carman, at the 3rd Focus day on Thursday 10th February: The Armoured Vehicle C4ISR Capabilities For Joint Operations.
Colonel Carman became TRADOC Capability Manager (TCM) for Platform Battle Command and Combat Identification in July 2008. His mission expanded to TCM Brigade Combat Team Mission Command in August 2010.
He was commissioned in Armor through ROTC, Wheaton College,1986. He earned a Bachelors in Philosophy from Wheaton, and a Master’s Degree in National Security Studies from the Naval War College. His military education also includes the Armor Officer Basic and Advanced Courses, the Escola de Commando e Estado-Maior (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), the US Army Command and General Staff College.
He served in Armor/Cavalry leadership positions from Platoon Leader to Task Force Commander in the US, Europe and Southwest Asia. Operational deployments include Assistant S-3 for 1st Squadron, 1st Cavalry Regiment, 1st Armored Division, Operation Desert Storm (1991) and Commander, 1st Squadron, 14th Cavalry Regiment in 3rd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division, Operation Iraqi Freedom (2003-2004).
The Armoured Vehicle C4ISR Capabilities For Joint Operations focus day will examine the world’s most technologically advanced vehicle mounted C4ISR capabilities, showing you how you can get much more armoured/protected platforms and how they can be aid the delivery of more timely and accurate effects.
An armoured vehicle isn’t just a protected transport solution, it’s a weapons system that must integrate with both combined arms and Joint war fighting. The C4ISR capabilities that make this possible are then crucial to ensuring that vehicles make a contribution to shared situational awareness that other assets in the battlespace can use in the fight.
Benefits Of Attending:
- Enable your armoured vehicles to share and receive situational awareness: Utilise the full spectrum of sensor technology in the joint battlespace so that your forces can see and act first
- Evaluate technology to coordinate fire support: Examine operational feedback and technological innovations. See how your armoured vehicles can engage targets both independently or collaboratively with greater speed and accuracy
- Develop command and control of mounted forces: Multiply the effect of armoured vehicles by improving their responsiveness and coordination on the battlefield
Other Key speakers include:
Colonel Mike Ross
Assistant Director Capability, HQ Director Royal Artillery
Lieutenant Colonel Hans Giesler
Joint Fires Capability Team