Colonel Sean ChoquetteCommander, 505th Command and Control Wing
Col. Sean M. Choquette is the Commander, 505th Command and Control Wing, Hurlburt Field, Florida. The mission of the 505 CCW is to advance, integrate and standardize training, tactics and testing for operational-level command of air, space and cyber power in the joint and coalition environment. As commander, Col. Choquette is responsible for developing the combat capability of the Air and Space Operations Center and leading the Air Force's Distributed Mission Operations and live, virtual and constructive capabilities. The 505th CCW comprises the 505th Training Group at Hurlburt Field, Florida, 505th Test and Evaluation Group at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, and Detachment 1, 505 CCW at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Col. Choquette was born in Lawrence, Massachusetts, and was commissioned a lieutenant in the U.S. Army after graduating from the U.S. Air Force Academy in 1993. He began his military career in the U.S. Army, serving as an Assault Platoon Leader, Brigade staff officer, and Company Commander before transitioning back to the Air Force. Col. Choquette then served in a variety of flying positions in Air Force Reserve Command, Air Force Special Operations Command, Air Combat Command and Pacific Air Forces, and in staff positions at HQ, Air Combat Command; HQ, Air Force; and U.S. Embassy Baghdad. He has deployed and flown in support of Operations Uphold Democracy, Southern Watch, Iraqi Freedom, Enduring Freedom, and Inherent Resolve. Col. Choquette is a command pilot with more than 2,800 flying hours and 300 combat and combat support hours in the HH-60G, UH-60A/L, EH-60A, and UH-1H.
• Outlining MDC2 ConOps and the link with Fusion Warfare doctrine
• Challenges for the USAF in an era of MDC2
• MDC2 wargaming and results from the July 2018 exercise
3:30 PM Maintaining C2 Dominance
• The DTOC and further expansion to support a more multifaceted MTDS/LVC capability for the NAEW&C Force
• AGS and its role in supporting distributed C2 architecture in Europe
• Decision-making compression and C2 in coalition operations
• What other gaps exist in NATO’s C2 framework?