Technological innovations, coupled with evolving military thinking, have led to advances in military technologies. This chapter examines the rising significance of emerging technologies in Indo-Pacific region security and explores US strategies for building, dominating, and managing the different networks of technologies, domains, command and control (C2), alliance, and partners. As advanced technologies play a critical role in supporting national strategic goals, as in the case of China, it seems clear that the future of strategic competition will be dictated by the entity that initiates and controls these networks most effectively, guided by a clear strategic vision.