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Supporting Air and Space Expeditionary Forces: Expanded Operational Architecture for Combat Support Execution Planning and Controlby Patrick Mills
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As part of a series on supporting the Air and Space Expeditionary Force, this report looks at the current operational architecture for incorporating combat support command and control (CSC2) and proposes an expanded architecture for the future.
Anticipating varied and fast-breaking regional crises in the future, the United States is reassessing how it prepares, maintains, and employs its military forces. This research looks at the current operational architecture for incorporating CSC2 and proposes an expanded version of an architecture for the future. The accompanying CD-ROM contains electroic versions ofdetailed process diagrams and holds the complete library of notional information products proposed by the author.
Develops operational architecture to guide the development of combat support command and control (CSC2).
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