METEOROLOGICAL SATELLITE TECHNIQUES FOR THE ARMY.
Quarterly rept. no. 3, 1 Nov 65-31 Jan 66,
ARACON GEOPHYSICS CO CONCORD MASS
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The research was reported herein conducted during the third quarter of a contractual investigation was aimed at providing Army field units with techniques for the use of weather satellite data. Results to date for each of several tasks are discussed. These include 1 mesoscale analysis and interpretation studies 2 analysis of Army requirements for applications of weather satellite data 3 case studies of World War II, Korean or U. S. field maneuver synoptic situations, using analogs for which satellite data are available 4 investigations of methods for determining weather affecting enemy operations 5 procedures for field use of meteorological satellite data and 6 operational guide preparation. The research, and draft chapters of the final report, have been completed for many Tasks. For these Tasks, only a summary statement of principal results is included here. More comprehensive discussions of these completed Tasks can be found in Reports AD-623 532, AD-627 442, and will be included in the forthcoming final report and operational guide being prepared under this contract. Brief discussions of the yet uncompleted Tasks are provided here. Author
- Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics
- Unmanned Spacecraft