The Army will build at least two Multi-Domain Task Forces in the Pacific and another one in Europe. Those task forces will provide long-range precision fires and intelligence, cyber, electronic warfare, space and other capabilities. The Army will focus on how to staff the task forces as it stands them up.
- The Army is transitioning to a new talent management system that will step up to the demand for soldiers who are skilled in artificial intelligence, data management and coding, according to Gen. James McConville, Chief of Staff of the Army.
- McConville said the new system will enable the Army to more efficiently search across the entire force to identify talent based on knowledge, skills, behaviors and preferences.
- McConville said the Army realized while working on its Project Convergence effort that it would need soldiers who can write software on the battlefield, which the new system will incentivize.