CAC2S will help Marines at any echelon to plan and execute their missions faster and more effectively.
Fielding of CAC2S to operational units began in May 2017 at the Marine Corps Air Station at Cherry Point, NC.
CAC2S consolidates the existing functionality of the seven Marine Air Command and Control Systems into one system.
CAC2S gives Marine Corps operators with the unprecedented ability for exchanging mission-critical voice, video, sensor and other command and control data during any mission.
CAC2S will deliver a lighter, leaner and more effective aviation command-and-control system while reducing the overall systems inventory, sustainment and training costs associated with the Marine Corps expeditionary missions, stated by Chris Marzilli, president of General Dynamics C4 Systems.