Who We Are
Headquartered at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, the Program Executive Office for Command, Control and Communications-Tactical (PEO C3T) is responsible for delivering a unified network that addresses the most critical operational needs and supports the Army of 2030.
Critical to supporting the Army of 2030 and pivoting to the Army of 2040 is a less complex network that can support large-scale combat operations by enabling formation mobility, providing assured voice communications, a data-enabled common operating picture and digital fires and resist cyber and electronic warfare attacks.
To advance this capability for the Army of 2030, PEO C3T is fielding modernized network communications gear; mission command and cyber understanding applications; network management tools; integrated command posts; network initialization capability and communications security technology to brigades and division enablers. In 2023 alone, more than 400 Army, Army Reserve and Army National Guard formations will be fielded with modernized network and mission command application technology.
At the same time, we are planning to deliver additional technology improvements in FY25, including delivery of mobile command posts; more resilient network connectivity; unified network operations tools; mission command visualization; and data management tools across the division formation.
As we design the network to enable the Army of 2030, rigorous acquisition practices, industry and S&T alignment, and engineering framework underpinning design and delivery will remain in place. There will still be frequent opportunities for industry to integrate advanced capabilities into the Army network design process.
We will continue to leverage persistent experimentation and Soldier feedback, including from ongoing operations, exercises, and units fielded with modernized capabilities, to inform the network of 2030 design.