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Operational Test Instrumentation Guide. Volume III. Non-Army DoD Test Facilities.
BRADDOCK DUNN AND MCDONALD INC VIENNA VA
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The United States Army Operational Test and Evaluation Agency OTEA Instrumentation Guide presents, in three volumes, the results of an operational test-oriented survey of some thirty-three Department of Defense testtraining facilities. In addition to the available instrumentation, detailed information is provided on the landspace, airspace, data reduction, and other general support capabilities of each installation. The general support area includes such information as a type, location, size, and commitments of nearby military units b facility access c maintenance and logistics capability d climate and topography and e powercommunications availability. Test support equipment mobility is addressed throughout the guide to indicate its flexibility for use. The Summary volume I presents an overview and provides an easy rapid determination of the general facility capabilities for operational tests of Army materiel as compared, in matrix form, with the other potential test facilities. The two succeeding volumes present detailed test support information for each facility. Volume II contains annexes addressing the capabilities of US Army facilities and Volume III presents information for the non-Army DOD facilities. General unclassified discussions of threat hardware and targets available at the test facility are presented. Other detailed information in this critical area was reported in Operational Test and Evaluation Simulation Guide, Volume III, Classified Simulator Devices U, AD-C000 021, published in March 1974. Author
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