This course is designed to provide the student with a detailed understanding of the design, application, and operation of the command, control, and communication (C3) subsystem of unmanned systems. The student will understand the unique features, concepts, and technology employed in unmanned system C3, including capture and depiction of telemetry, data-links, interoperability, human factors of operator interaction, situational awareness, teaming, supervisory control, latency, infrastructure, frequency, bandwidth, and link range and security. The student will be introduced to the types and classifications of C3 subsystem elements, including applications, capabilities, limitations, and constraints. The student will identify current challenges associated with unmanned C3 and evaluate, recommend, and defend solutions to address. Upon completion of this course, students will have a comprehensive understanding of unmanned system C3 component selection, consideration, limitation, issues, and strategies for successful implementation.