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I Corps Session: Corps Distributed Operations in the Pacific: Enabled by the Unified Network

  • Room: Lamar B/C
Wednesday, August 17, 2022: 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM


Moderator (confirmed)
COL Adam R. Sanderson, USA
Director of Plans (G5)
I Corps
Panelist (confirmed)
COL Elizabeth "Liz" A. Casely, USA
Assistant Chief of Staff, G6
I Corps
Panelist (confirmed)
MG Christopher L. Eubank, USA
Commanding General
U.S. Army Network Enterprise Technology Command
Panelist (confirmed)
BGen Cayle Oberwarth
Deputy Commanding General – Operations
I Corps
Panelist (confirmed)
BG(P) Jeth B. Rey, USA
Network Cross-Functional Team
Panelist (confirmed)
Jeffrey R. Witsken
Director, Mission Command Network
Integration Mission Command Center of Excellence at US Army


The Indo-Pacific Area of Responsibility (AOR) requires a persistent forward Joint Operational/Tactical Force that can C2 and synchronize/integrate multi-domain operations and effects.   The Corps must maintain persistent forward presence consisting of smaller distributed C2 nodes scalable IOT meet shifting demands. This nodal operating concept requires a network that helps distribute all of the Warfighting Function capabilities across nodes.  The collective of all the nodes will be purpose built and task organized by mission---always maintaining the ability to receive forces and provide command and control.  This inherently demands a network architecture to quickly absorb and C2 forces, communicate across Warfighting Functions with Joint Partners, coalition mission partners, and exchange relevant data across multiple enclaves.