The mission at hand is difficult.
Planning for it does not have to be.

The Future Of

Mission Planning

Coordination Conflict Screenshot
Coordinate complex mission parameters collaboratively
Coordination details can be confirmed by the mission planning cell chief (MPCC) and conflicts in TAXI/TO as well as ALT blocks are highlighted automatically.

Enabling Warfighters to focus on

Tactics & Lethality

Visualize Coordination Details Immediately

A mission planning cell chief (MPCC) is able to visualize coordinating details immediately as the mission takes shape, even when those planning cells are spread across the globe.

Asset Card
Automatically create mission products
Mission details such as CSAR, Timeline, Codewords, and COMM Plan are exported into a standard Coordination Card format. Dynamic tanker plan allows for primary and fall out plans to be directly inserted.
All domain operation capability
Assets from CYBER, SPACE, and more are invovled in the process and coordination
Coordinate from mulitple locations
WIDOW is designed against the AFTTP 3-3.IPE standard for mission planning with each unit working in unison.
Visualize Mission Data with Dynamic Mapping
Dynamic mapping visualizes the mission timeline, effects, assets, routes, and positions while automatically highlighting conflicting altitudes, times, and locations.

Coming Up

Planned exercises

Red Flag

Red Flag exercises provide mission commanders, and air, space, and cyber operators the opportunity to experience realistic combat scenarios to prepare for future warfare. The goal of Red Flag is to prioritize the experience of an operator's "first" combat mission, mission commander upgrades, and Flag unique experiences for all participants.

Orange Flag

Orange Flag is a multi-domain test event specializing in collaborative, large force test that spans domains, services, and platforms. Orange Flag allows data-driven test and experimentation to occur in a complex, operationally representative environment.

Valiant Shield

Biennial field training exercise aimed at ensuring the joint force is ready to conduct a wide range of combat operations.


U.S. Air Force Weapons School Integration (WSINT) is a series of complex, large-force employment missions that serve as the capstone portion of Weapons School classes, which take place twice a year. WSINT involves the planning and execution of every aspect of air, space and cyber combat operations, with joint force components converging over the Nevada Test and Training Range.

WSINT demonstrates the strategic advantage of multi-domain, integrated command and control and produces leaders capable of delivering success in a spectrum ranging from small tactical teams to strategic transformational change.

Timeline for release

Capabilities Under Development

1801 Flight Plan
Dynamic Comm Plan
Integrated Chat
SIPR Deployment
Dynamic Deconfliction by GEO/TIME
Integrated Map and Fly-Through
Infinite Whiteboard
GATT Flow & MSN Timeline
Kessel Run Integration
Dynamic NKE Planning Tool
Top Secret Deployment
Ability to Reject Changes
Mission Debrief