C5ISR Center is one of the eight science and technology domains within the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (DEVCOM).
Headquartered at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, C5ISR Center features more than 1.4 million square feet of state-of-the-art laboratories, test beds, and integration facilities. These feature extended connectivity to national labs and other military research organizations across the country.
We support all six Army modernization priorities and all eight Army cross-functional teams (CFTs). We are continually supporting cross-functional teams and program executive offices in the Army’s modernization efforts.
Our role is to find solutions and deliver capabilities that span the entire domain of C5ISR networks and systems regardless of the platform.
We work closely with industry, academia, DoD, and other national research organizations to influence research investments and adopt, adapt, and mature new scientific breakthroughs.
As Director, Welch is responsible for establishing the C5ISR Center’s comprehensive Science and Technology (S&T) Portfolio providing strategic program formulation guidance involving short-and long-range goals utilizing existing and anticipated state-of-the art advances in communications, mission command, sensors, electronic warfare, intelligence and countermeasure equipment and services.
Dr. Donald Reago, Jr. is the Director of the C5ISR Center’s Research and Technology Integration Directorate. In this capacity, he is responsible for planning and executing the Army’s science and technology investments.
Beth Ferry is the Director of the Engineering & Systems Integration for the C5ISR Center. As ESI Director, Ferry is responsible for leading a world-class enterprise engaged in the Life-Cycle Engineering, systems integration, and experimentation of C5ISR technologies and capabilities supporting the Army Program Executive Offices, Project Managers and the Life-Cycle Management Command communities.