/ Published March 12, 2019
Doolittle Wargame Series
The Doolittle Wargame Series is an annual event chartered by the Chief of Staff of the Air Force to explore multi-domain warfighting concepts to improve command and control of air, space, cyber, and EMS forces in support of dynamic and operationally-agile operations. The series is conducted at the LeMay Center Wargaming Institute. The inaugural event held in November 2018 employed a Table Top Exercise format to specifically examine Multi-domain Command and Control with the hypothesis that: “The USAF must modernize rules, responsibilities, relationships, and authorities and tactics, techniques, and procedures to effectively command and control multi-domain operations to converge air, space, and cyber capabilities to meet the challenges of these contested domains.” The next iteration is presently slated to execute in August 2019.
The LeMay Center Wargaming Institute is a rotational location for the Air Force Chief of Staff’s CORONA Conference where Air Force senior executive leadership, primarily three and four star generals, gather to collaborate, strategize and posture the Service to meet both current and emergent force requirements. In addition to hosting the conference, the institute integrates with appropriate air staffs to execute a comprehensive strategy exercise to address pertinent national defense concerns. The attending Senior Executive Service and general officers, as exercise participants, collectively deliberate on the relevant issues and alternatives, and under the direction the Chief of Staff, design the Air Force way ahead.
Schriever Wargame Series
The LeMay Center Wargaming Institute hosts four wargame events each year in support of Air Force Space Command; the Concept Development Conference, Table Top One, Table Top Two, and the Schriever Capstone Wargame make up the Schriever Wargame Series.
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