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ISBN:
083301580X
Author:
Jonathan Gary Grossman
Category:
Humanities
Language:
English
Publisher:
Rand Corp (December 1, 1994)
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Grossman, Jon, Battalion-Level Command and Control at the National Training Center. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, 1994. org/pubs/monograph reports/MR496. Grossman, Jon, Battalion-Level Command and Control at the National Training Center, Santa Monica, Calif. RAND Corporation, MR-496-A, 1994.

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Appendix D. Functional Requirements for the National Training Center (NTC) Integrated Battlefield Command and Control Simulation (IBCCS) System. This document defines the functional requirements for a command and control simulation system which will be used to support the training of brigade and battalion command staffs in an integrated battlefield environment (including conventional, nuclear and chemical warfare) at the National Training Center (NTC), California. Keywords: Army training; Military strategy; Military doctrine; Army facilities.

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