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Image of an Army vehicle and graphic

3 things to know about the Army Warfighting Experiment

For the past 10 years, the Army Warfighting Experiment (AWE) has brought together industry and military experts to test new technology and improve Army capability. Here are three things to know about it.

1. Warfighting of the future

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Image 1) a soldier explores a Command and Control Shelter; Image 2) a communications suite that helps soldiers co-ordinate information on the ground
Soldier looking at a small mobile device and relaying that information back to other soldiers
Soldier looking at a small mobile device and relaying that information back to other soldiers

2. Direct feedback to industry

Three soldiers watching a big screen and smaller screens that is show an aerial view of a simulated battlefield.
Three soldiers watching a big screen and smaller screens that is show an aerial view of a simulated battlefield.
Soldier kneeling down beside an armoured vehicle working with handheld technology to relay information to others in the field
Soldier kneeling down beside an armoured vehicle working with handheld technology to relay information to others in the field

3. Modernisation

Soldier handling a small remote piloted piece of technology
Soldier handling a small remote piloted piece of technology
Soldier holding a piece of technology that shows the battle field on a small portable screen
Soldier holding a piece of technology that shows the battle field on a small portable screen
Soldier holding a small remotely piloted aircraft
Soldier holding a small remotely piloted aircraft
Army video exploring the key themes of AWE 2020

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