Accession Number : ADA323180
Title : Lessons of Operation Desert Hammer VI: Materiel Could Be Improved,
Corporate Author : ARMY ARMOR CENTER AND FORT KNOX KY
Personal Author(s) : Vowels, Lawrence G.
PDF Url : ADA323180
Report Date : JUN 1995
Pagination or Media Count : 7
Abstract : The Advanced Warfighting Experiment (AWE) known as Operation Desert Hammer VI utilized a large number of digital materiel systems. Some of the digital hardware had not been completely developed and, in some cases, was still embryonic. The intention of this article is not to discuss all of these developmental items, but to enumerate the materiel lessons learned from this experiment and examine the corrections to be applied to materiel as the Army moves toward digitization. Suggestions for improvements to the hardware used in this experiment were solicited from after-action reviews, questionnaires, and group meetings with the NTC observers/controllers (QIC), subject matter experts (SME) from TRADOC schools and battle labs, and the participants from Task Force 1-70, Fort Knox, Ky. The suggestions from these personnel will not be attributed to any specific group because the similarity of each group's suggestions makes it nearly impossible to assign authorship.
Descriptors : *DIGITAL SYSTEMS, *MATERIEL, *ARMY PLANNING, OBSERVERS, SYMPOSIA, CONTROL SYSTEMS, LESSONS LEARNED, QUESTIONNAIRES.
Subject Categories : Administration and Management
Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE