Air Force Future Force Design Roundtable

Image of NDIA and Air Force Warfighting Integration Capability (AFWIC) logos on top of a blue stary background. The NDIA logo is the word "NDIA" in white with the word "100" below, which consists of tiny images of warfighters and weapons. The Air Force logo is an image of an orange bird in the center (with a steel star on its breast), encircled by the words, "Air Force Warfighting Integration Capability - Impact - Develop - Adapt or Die - Design - Integrate. Simulation Modeling Wargaming and Training
  • 12/9/2019
  • RAND Corporation
    1200 S Hayes St
    Arlington,  VA   22202
  • Event Type : Meeting
    Event Code : 099B



Join the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) and the Air Force Warfighting Integration Capability (AFWIC) to better understand the Future Force Design. As a leading facilitator of the identification of actionable solutions to complex issues, AFWIC relies on its 10 Cross-Functional Teams (CFT) to meet the challenges of future warfighting.

At this SECRET//NOFORN roundtable event, CFT leads will spearhead in-depth discussions geared towards the development of a Future Force Design that will enable the Air Force to rapidly and effectively acclimate to the ever-shifting multi-domain environment of the 21st century. Meanwhile, attendees will gain critical insight into the Air Force’s top priorities in the following CFT lines of effort:

  • Joint All Domain Command and Control (JADC2)
  • Space
  • Generating Combat Power
  • Logistics Under Attack


  • Technical experts with an interest in one or more of the AFWIC Cross-Functional Teams


  • Engage with AFWIC Cross-Functional Team leads
  • Take advantage of the SECRET//NOFORN classification level that ensures the opportunity to talk freely and go into greater detail regarding the AF Future Force Design
  • Develop the emerging concepts of a multi-domain combat force and multi-domain command & control
  • Explore different strategic approaches to ongoing operational challenges


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Alissa Meehan
(703) 247-2540