A Description and Comparative Analysis of Two Competing Automated SHORAD-C2 Systems.
NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA
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The U.S. Army is attempting to provide air defenders with a command and control system that offers the speed and accuracy required to combat the aerial threat to the division. This thesis analyzes two competing proposals for an automated Short Range Air Defense SHORAD C2 system. The analysis is based on constraints and criteria developed by the Army Air Defense Center and from requirements deemed necessary by the author. It is suggested that proposals by other manufacturees undergo a similar analysis to provide the earliest possible deployment date.
- Command, Control and Communications Systems