Accession Number : ADA306004
Title : Information Technology in the Digitized Division. FY95 Mobile Strike Force Battle Command Experiment,
Corporate Author : ARMY TRADOC ANALYSIS COMMAND FORT LEAVENWORTH KS
Personal Author(s) : Bornman, Louis G. ; Ingram, Michael C. ; Martin, Peter J.
PDF Url : ADA306004
Report Date : NOV 1995
Pagination or Media Count : 19
Abstract : This paper presents observations, findings, and conclusions concerning the impact of information technologies on future battle command. This work supports the experimental work of the Battle Command Battle Laboratory - Fort Leavenworth (BCBL(L)). The Training and Doctrine Command (IkADOC) Analysis Center (IRAC) addressed information technology issues as part of the overall analytical support to the Fiscal Year (FY) 95 Mobile Strike Force Battle Command (MSF/BC 95) Experiment, a subordinate study of the Prairie Warrior/Mobile Strike Force 1995 Advanced Warfighting Experiment (PW/MSF 95 AWE). The Mobile Strike Force (MSF) is a notional, division-sized force used by the Army to investigate Force XXI issues, to support building the future force. The relevant objective, issues, and essential elements of analysis (EEA) addressed in this investigation are shown below.
Descriptors : *INFORMATION SYSTEMS, *COMMAND AND CONTROL SYSTEMS, *MILITARY APPLICATIONS, *STRIKE WARFARE, *TECHNOLOGY FORECASTING, IMPACT, MOBILE, LABORATORIES, DIVISION LEVEL ORGANIZATIONS, BATTLES.
Subject Categories : Administration and Management
Command, Control and Communications Systems
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE