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Four Problems Army Futures Command Needs to Solve
« on: January 05, 2019, 08:34:27 AM »

Four Problems Army Futures Command Needs to Solve

James Long | January 4, 2019
Four Problems Army Futures Command Needs to Solve

The US Army’s announcement in October 2017 that it would form the Army Futures Command (AFC)—the “biggest reorganization in the Army since 1973”—was an acknowledgement of the need for significant institutional support to overcome innovation hurdles within the military. Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley chose a permanent four-star command to manage this effort, instead of ad-hoc initiatives, because of the need to dedicate a single organization to “streamline and consolidate, and bring unity of command and purpose to the Army for the development of our future capabilities.”

As AFC expands and supplements its cross-functional teams (CFTs), it is vital that core design challenges are addressed or capability gaps will persist in modernization efforts. Specifically, there are four problems AFC needs to overcome to drive the modernization program the Army needs.

1. The Army’s Unbalanced Innovation Portfolio

https://mwi.usma.edu/four-problems-army-futures-command-needs-solve/
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