Battle Lab’s Mission Statement
The CDID Experimentation Division Network Battle Lab (Formerly known as U.S. Army Battle Command Battle Laboratory-Gordon) the mission is to:
- Identify, develop and leverage technologies that would enhance the warfighter's ability to practice the art of Mission Command
- Find Technical solutions to capability gaps and C2 requirements on the battlefield
- Provide input for DOTMLPF activities that are focused on providing the "means" to improve Battle Command at the service and joint levels
Listed below are some of the Experimentation Division's mission essential tasks
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Last Update: June 18 2013