Lloyd James Austin III, the Secretary of Defense, signed the 2020 Electromagnetic Spectrum Superiority Strategy’s deployment plan on July 15, 2021. The Strategy’s I-Plan offers the DoD with the executive oversight and direction needed to accomplish the Strategy’s vision of independence of action in the Electromagnetic Spectrum at the place, time, and aspects of their will.
The Department’s cyberspace, space, maritime, land, and air operations rely on the Electromagnetic Spectrum. In the middle of the increasingly denied spectrum, congested and contested environment, and commercial advances, the Department is dedicated to prioritizing their warfighters’ freedom of action and attaining spectrum superiority at the time of sustaining the country’s economic competitiveness.
The Strategy’s I-Plan gets them to empower the upcoming battlespace. As the services are equipping, training, and organizing better for EMS, they have extra work to do. They are resolute to get there and attain spectrum dominance in all areas.The Strategic Command of the United States of America is the escort for EMS operational advocacy. The Department released the 2020 Electromagnetic Spectrum Superiority Strategy on Oct. 29, 2020, in order to line up EMS activities, capabilities, and resources across the DoD for supporting their core national security goals and stay aware of U.S. economic prosperity.
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