Navy Cooperative Engagement Architecture. Working Group Final Report. Executive Summary.
SPACE AND NAVAL WARFARE SYSTEMS COMMAND WASHINGTON DC
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In recent years it has become increasingly obvious that no single sensor or weapon, acting alone or even in a coordinated effort with others, will be sufficient to deal effectively with the emerging threat potential of the late Twentieth and early Twenty-first Century. This is true in all Warfare Mission Areas, but particularly when addressing the potential Anti-Air Warfare and Anti-Submarine Warfare threats of a major world power. It appears to be equally true for encounters with Third World countries in Low Intensity ConflictContingency and Limited Objective Warfare, anti-terrorist and anti-drug operations. During the past ten years a small number of efforts have been initiated to address these issues through a concept loosely termed Cooperative Engagement.
- Naval Surface Warfare
- Undersea and Antisubmarine Warfare