Accession Number : ADP010683


Title :   Winning in Time: Enabling Naturalistic Decision Making in Command and Control


Corporate Author : OPERATIONS GROUP ( 56TH) LUKE AFB AZ


Personal Author(s) : Louisell, William C


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/p010683.pdf


Report Date : 01 Nov 2000


Pagination or Media Count : 8


Abstract : Key US proponents of the Revolution in Military Affairs described future war as a system of systems in which dominant battlespace knowledge would enable a system of sensors and shooters to be connected for the purpose of engagement through an advanced, information technology-based command and control function (Fig 1). Through dominant battlespace knowledge, the command and control function would achieve efficiency levels which would greatly alter the nature of conflict- current time constants in the decision, action, feedback loop would be drastically shortened. The nature of weapons and platforms would change and the organization and training of forces would change.


Descriptors :   *DECISION MAKING , *HUMAN FACTORS ENGINEERING , *COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEMS , *BATTLES , WEAPONS , MILITARY PERSONNEL , SYMPOSIA , DETECTORS , EFFICIENCY , FEEDBACK , CONSTANTS , LOOPS


Subject Categories : Administration and Management
      Human Factors Engineering & Man Machine System


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE