Function Requirements for Combat Engineer Command and Control in the Maneuver Control System.
CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING RESEARCH LAB (ARMY) CHAMPAIGN IL
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The Army Command and Control System ACCS is being developed to provide automated information transmission and analysis to support the commanders decision-making process. The tactical portion of the ACCS is divided into five functional areas, each represented by an automated subsystem. Combat engineers are included in the Maneuver Control System. The U.S. Army Engineer School has developed an operational and organizational plan OOP for the Engineer Command and Control System ECCS. Based on the OOP, other documents, and pilot testing by the U.S. Army Construction Engineering Research Laboratory, functional requirements are identified and prioritized for development. This provides the basis for the initial design of the objective ECCS software capability. Author
- Command, Control and Communications Systems