NPS Field Experimentation Program for Special Operations (FEPSO) TNT 13-2 Report
Buettner, Raymond R.
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This analysis is broken up into two parts, event analysis of TNT 13-‐2 and insights derived from the experiments themselves. The former includes an event overview and statistics, including a look at trends in UAS participation. The later identifies trends in technological domains including: Tactical Mesh Networking and Multipath, Tactical Cellular Technology, Rapid Mission Planning and Virtual Rehearsals and Conducted Energy Clothing. Appendixes provide: the Request for Information (RFI), list of experiments and schedule, experiment descriptions and after action reports. With the exception of the appendix, this document reflects the opinions of the author and does not represent the official policy or position of the Naval Postgraduate School, the United States Navy, or any other government organization. The data in the appendices were provided by the participants and have only been edited for clarity.
NPS Report NumberNPS-FX-13-002
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