Joint Modernization Command
JMC plans, prepares and executes Joint Warfighting Assessments and other concept and capability assessments, provides objective analysis and feasible recommendations to enhance Multi-Domain Command and Control and inform Army Modernization decisions. On order, conducts directed assessments in support of Cross Functional Teams.
The Army’s lead for warfighting concept and capability assessments, supporting modernization to ensure that future forces win in a complex world.
Who is Joint Modernization Command?
Joint Modernization Command plans and executes worldwide multi-echelon, joint, and multinational live experiments in support of the Army’s modernization strategy enabling a multi-domain operations-capable Army.
JMC is located in Fort Bliss, Texas, consisting of NCO and Officer Professionals from across the spectrum of warfighting functions.
There are three divisions within JMC supported by a complete General Staff and Simulations Center. The Multi-Domain Operations Group specializes in Multi-Domain Operations Concept and the concepts that support operationalizing MDO. Multi-Domain Command and Control focuses on the conceptual and technical interoperability to include joint and multinational. The Field Experiments Division ensures emerging technology and new capabilities are integrated into a realistic scenario. The three divisions are supported by the commanding general’s staff to put new concepts and capabilities in the hands of Soldiers and leaders providing user feedback to Army Senior Leaders for Modernization decisions.
For more information about Joint Modernization Command visit https://home.army.mil/bliss/index.php/units-tenants/joint-modernization-command.
Cyber Center of Excellence CDID
As the Force Modernization Proponent for Cyberspace Operations, Signal Communications, and Electronic Warfare, Cyber CDID develops, evaluates, integrates, and communicates concepts, doctrine, requirements and solutions across DOTMLPF, Warfighting functions and formations to improve our Army and ensure the combat effectiveness of the future force.
Be the Premier Capability Development provider for Signal, Cyber, and Electronic Warfare across all Warfighting Functions.
For more information about the Cyber Center fo Excellence CDID visit https://cybercoe.army.mil/CDID/index.html.
Mission Command CDID
MC CDID develops, integrates, and synchronizes Echelons above Brigade (EAB) and Mission Command modernization efforts and Future Force Modernization Enterprise activities, products, and events in order to manage current capabilities and identify future requirements and solutions that enable Army Leaders to exercise Mission Command during combined arms operations leading to successful Multi-Domain Operations.
A learning organization composed of engaged professionals who manage current capabilities and develop effective Combined Arms Operations (EAB) solutions for the future force.
For more information about the Mission Command CDID visit https://usacac.army.mil/organizations/mccoe/cdid.
To develop Fires CDID-related concepts, requirements, and experimentation to validate DOTMLPF integrated combined arms capabilities that complement other joint, interagency, and multinational capabilities. Acts as the user representative to the materiel developer for FA and AMD systems.
MCDID determines and develops future force capabilities across Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materiel, Leadership Development, Personnel, and Facilities (DOTMLPF), resulting in a trained and ready maneuver force fully integrated into the Army, Combined and Joint Warfighter to maintain the battlefield primacy of our Soldiers and the formations in which they fight.
Maneuver Support CDID
The Capabilities Development and Integration Directorate (CDID) determines and develops future force capabilities and future Infantry and Armor requirements across the Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materiel, Leadership Development, Personnel, and Facilities (DOTMLPF) domains, resulting in a trained and ready maneuver force fully integrated into the Army, Combined and Joint Warfighter to maintain the battlefield supremacy of our Soldiers and the formations in which they fight.
Who we are
The MSCoE Capability Development and Integration Directorate (CDID) develops DOTMLPF-integrated combined arms capabilities for Army and joint forces. The MSCoE CDID:
Develops protection, maneuver support, chemical, engineer, and military police related concepts, organizations and doctrine.
Determines materiel and supporting training requirements through the JCIDS process and provides deployable new equipment training (NET) teams.
Conducts capability-based and DOTMLPF assessments and experiments.
Conducts Level I and II DOTMLPF integration.
Provides support to current operations through deployed new equipment training and the Agile Process.
The Capabilities Development Integration Directorate (CDID) develops concepts and requirements; integrates solutions related to Doctrine, Organization, Training, materiel, Leader Development, Personnel, and Facility (DOTmLPF) domains; and validates DOTmLPF-integrated Religious Support capabilities for the Force Modernization Proponent.
The Capabilities Development and Integration Directorate (CDID) determines, developes, synchronizes and integrates Army sustainment capabilities within the Army and Joint Interagency, Intergovernmental and Multinational (JIIM) environments from concept to capability development for CASCOM and force modernization proponents across the Doctrine, Organization, Training, Materiel, Leadership Development, Personnel and Facilities (DOTMLPF) domains, resulting in a trained and ready sustainment force fully integrated into the Army, Combined and Joint Warfighter.