Methods for Analyzing the Contributions of C3 and C3 CM to Military Force Capabilities
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The objective of the work that is presented here is to develop methods for the assessment of C3 and C3CM in terms of military operational parameters. The assessment clearly cannot be independent of the force structures and applications of those forces and must be directed toward specific equipments and planned operational uses. The methods to be used are to be based on techniques that have been demonstrated to be workable and on data inputs that are obtainable.
KeywordsCommand Post Mission Success Command Staff Constant Quest Blue Flag
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