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DoD Interoperability Conference Held on 25-28 March 2002 (CD-ROM)

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Conference proceedings

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ELECTRONIC FILE CHARACTERISTICS 28 files Adobe Acrobat .PDF and MS Word .DOC. PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION 1 CD-ROM 4 34 in. 85.9 MB. ABSTRACT Interoperability, Technology, and Transformation, by Hon Ronald M. Sega Interoperability, by Robin Quinlan Information Interoperability and Supportability, by John Osterholz Integration and Interoperability through Operational Concepts and Architectures, by CDR Michael Mara, USN United States Joint Forces Command Interoperability, by MGen Daniel Dick, USAF Army Knowledge Management, by Lt Gen Peter Cuviello, USA Naval Interoperability and Integration Case Study, by Michael ODriscoll Time Critical Targeting, by BGen Jim Morehouse, USAF An Overview of Marine Corps Contributions to Time Sensitive Targeting, by Robert Hobart TST MCP Architectures, Assessments, and Interoperability, by Cheryl Walton Interoperability in the Naval TST Acquisition Strategy, by Dr. Charles Dickerson Naval Fires Network and the US Marine Corps, by BGen John Thomas, USMC Naval Fires Network Moving Toward a Joint Fires Network by CPT Chris Bott, USN Naval Fires Network and Network-Centric Grids, by Phillip Anselmo Operational Considerations and Interoperability for NFN, by Frank Wahl The Naval Fires Network NFN Converged Architecture, by Andrew Cox Interoperability, by Lt Gen John L. Woodward, USAF The Road to an Interoperable Coast Guard, by Gregory L. Giddens, USCG Affordable Moving Surface Target Engagement, by Bill McCall Achieving Multi-Service Interoperability, by Phillip Anselmo Needs and Recommendations on Interoperability, by Brian M. McKeon 2002 DoD Interoperability Conference Industry Views, by Robert C. Stow Interoperability, by Lt Gen Carl G. OBerry, USAF Creating an Evolutionary Environment to Foster Capability-Oriented Interoperability, by Hans Polzer Interoperability Impact on the Business Area Manager, by Robert W. Drewes USAF Intelligence, Surveillance,

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  • Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics
  • Target Direction, Range and Position Finding
  • Command, Control and Communications Systems

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