Command and Control Automation - MIP and MSC2 FOSC
ARMY TRAINING AND DOCTRINE COMMAND FORT MONROE VA
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The Multilateral Interoperability Programs work has been the a great leap forward in the coalition arena just as the Multi-Service Command And Control Flag Officer Steering Committees work has been instrumental in bringing the Services together to discuss tactical interoperability and work to solve the hard problems. One of the most interesting aspects of these two undertakings has been the method of defining C2 requirements. The service tradition of working Service requirements first, then joint requirements, and finally multinational requirements is a long-standing sequential process that mimics the implementation process. Through these two efforts it is clear that this long practiced sequence is a questionable method for producing true interoperability.
- Command, Control and Communications Systems