Advanced Distributed Simulation Technology II (ADST-II) Air-to-Ground Battlefield Combat Identification.
LOCKHEED MARTIN CORP ORLANDO FL
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The Air-to-Ground Battlefield Combat Identification ATG-BCI experiment was an exercise conducted at the Aviation Testbed at Fort Rucker, Alabama in August 1996. The exercise was sponsored by the Program Manager Combat Identification PM-CI and the U.S. Army Simulation, Training, and Instrumentation Command STRICOM, Orlando, FL. The experiment employed virtual simulation to depict an aviation task force conducting operations during various scenarios. The purpose of the ATG-BCI was to explore the potential of new battlefield combat identification systems. The new technologies being explored included the Enhanced Battlefield Combat Identification System EBCIS, Enhanced Forward Air Controller EFAC, Situational Awareness Data Link SADL, Forward ObserverForward Air Controller PlusFOFAC, Situational Awareness Beacon with Reply SABER, and SINCGARS SIP.
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