Army releases Unified Network Plan

By U.S. Army Public AffairsOctober 8, 2021

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Army announced today the release of its Army Unified Network Plan, which will help the Army to establish a Multi-Domain Operations capable force by 2028.

The Unified Network will enable Army formations, as part of the Joint Force, to operate in highly contested and congested operational environments with the speed and global range to achieve decision dominance and maintain overmatch. The plan shapes, synchronizes, integrates and governs Unified Network efforts and aligns the personnel, organizational structure and capabilities required to enable MDO at all echelons.

“Our potential adversaries’ threats continue to increase in number, degree of complexity and level of physical and technical damage they can inflict,” said Lt. Gen. John Morrison Jr., Deputy Chief of Staff of G-6. “The Unified Network gives the Army the ability to operate in a highly contested and congested operational environment with speed and at a global range that enables the decision dominance commanders need to maintain overmatch.”

The Unified Network will integrate the Army’s various network efforts to allow secure and seamless communications using mission networks, support to Joint All Domain Command and Control with sister services, and the mission partner environment with our partners and allies.

Morrison will join other military leaders to discuss the Unified Network during this year’s Association of the United States Army Annual Meeting, held Oct. 11-13 in Washington, D.C., and broadcast virtually worldwide.

To read the Army Unified Network Plan, click here

To read an article about the AUNP, click here