BMC3 is the Program Executive Office within Space Systems Command responsible for advancing operational and tactical command and control (C2) capabilities for space as well as leading the modernization and sustainment of the Satellite Control Network (SCN).
BMC3 is focused on delivering the most advanced, resilient, and integrated Space command, control, and communications (C3) systems to enable timely multi-domain warfighting. This includes modernizing our infrastructure and networks to support advanced tactical C3 as well as empowering decision makers with modern Ops C2 capabilities to employ space warfighting effects at the right place, right time and quicker than ever.
The race is on to get resilient capabilities into space ahead of rapidly emerging threats. Space Systems Command is accelerating the pace of innovation via partnerships with the commercial space industry, traditional & non-traditional defense contractors, academia, and allied nations. For more information and to get involved, contact SSCFrontDoor@spaceforce.mil.
Future conflicts will be decided by who holds the information advantage and who can deliver war-winning capabilities at speed. Historically, the U.S. has achieved and sustained this advantage as the dominant military force around the globe. However, strategic challengers are advancing their military competencies to conduct joint operations, and are enhancing their joint command, control, and communications systems and logistics systems to achieve the same goals. They are making progress toward interoperability and integration as well as modernizing, diversifying, and expanding nuclear forces to establish an operational triad of nuclear capabilities.