Project Convergence: Linking Modernization Efforts Across Joint Domains

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Source: U.S. Army

December 2, 2021 | Originally published by U.S. Army on November 30, 2021

YUMA PROVING GROUND, Ariz. — Generating transformational change, showcasing future prototyping efforts, and integrating joint forces are just a few benefits gained from participating in Project Convergence (PC21) held November 9 at Yuma Proving Ground, Arizona.

Known as the Army’s campaign of learning, this annual iteration ensures that the Army, as part of the Joint and Combined fight, can rapidly and continuously converge effects across all domains — air, land, sea, space, and cyberspace — to overmatch our adversaries in competition and conflict.

The Army Rapid Capabilities and Critical Technologies Office (RCCTO) participated in PC21, showcasing prototypes in an effort to bridge any gaps on a faster, more informed timeline. This structured series of demonstrations is comprised of several core components to include linking together and informing the Army’s “31 +4” modernization efforts. The “+4” are led by the RCCTO and include hypersonics, mid-range capabilities, and directed energy efforts.

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