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The U.S. Army Joint Modernization Command, or JMC, based in Fort Bliss, Texas, gains insights from "Fight Tonight" units about future ways of fighting, future technology, and force structure during realistic live, constructive, and/or simulated training exercises. Joint Modernization Command is subordinate to the Army Futures & Concepts Center in Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia; both report to the U.S. Army's newest Four-Star Command, the Army Futures Command (AFC) based in Austin, Texas.

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  • The U.S. Army Joint Modernization Command, or JMC, based in Fort Bliss, Texas, gains insights from "Fight Tonight" units about future ways of fighting, future technology, and force structure during realistic live, constructive, and/or simulated training exercises. Joint Modernization Command is subordinate to the Army Futures & Concepts Center in Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia; both report to the U.S. Army's newest Four-Star Command, the Army Futures Command (AFC) based in Austin, Texas.
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  • Army Command
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  • Front of the Joint Modernization Commands HQ building on Fort Bliss, Texas.
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  • Army Futures Command
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  • CSM Christopher D. Gunn
  • Col. Tobin Andrew Magsig
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  • United States
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  • Fort Bliss, Texas
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  • The Hammer
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  • "Forge the Future"
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  • JMC
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  • --05-18
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  • U.S. Army Joint Modernization Command
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  • The U.S. Army Joint Modernization Command, or JMC, based in Fort Bliss, Texas, gains insights from "Fight Tonight" units about future ways of fighting, future technology, and force structure during realistic live, constructive, and/or simulated training exercises. Joint Modernization Command is subordinate to the Army Futures & Concepts Center in Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia; both report to the U.S. Army's newest Four-Star Command, the Army Futures Command (AFC) based in Austin, Texas. Joint Modernization Command (JMC) plans, synchronizes, and executes exportable live field experiments to inform modernization efforts to enable a Multi-Domain Capable Force by 2028.
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