Air Command and Control Systems

NATO air operations, from peacetime to crisis, rely on a structure that comprises personnel, infrastructure and Command and Control (C2) Systems.  Air C2 Systems enable NATO delivery of effective, efficient and agile air power whenever, wherever and however it is required.

The future C2 Systems will consist of two pillars: the Air Command and Control System (ACCS) and the Air Command and Control Information System (AirC2IS).

ACCS will enable air processes within the tactical and operational environments, encompassing tasking and execution of air missions.  This system will, for the first time, be fully integrated with real / non-real time capabilities.  ACCS will form the backbone of NATO Integrated Air and Missile Defense System (NATINAMDS), allowing full integration of air defence assets and ballistic missile defence (BMD), and for the Alliance to conduct effective deployed AirC2.

AirC2IS, part of the wider Bi-Strategic Command Automated Information System (Bi-SC AIS), will enhance interoperability of the Air Component with other commands.  Moreover, within the joint arena, AirC2IS will improve air and BMD planning at the strategic and operational levels.

Two new systems will be fielded across NATO from now until 2020, offering static and deployable AirC2 capabilities. Entering this challenging yet promising era, the new systems will undoubtedly enhance AIRCOM’s ability to execute the full spectrum of current and emerging missions, well into the future.

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