Study of Command and Control (C&C) Structures on the Employment of Collaborative Engagement Capability (CEC) on Land Systems
Lim, Chong Siong
Langford, Gary O.
Osmundson, John S.
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Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC) is employed by the United States Navy (USN) to allow combat naval systems to share combat resources, collectively gather and distribute intelligence data and generate superior air pictures for effective and efficient engagement against air threats with high precision, timeliness and accuracy using existing radar or weapon systems. CEC has yet to be employed on any land combat systems. This thesis discusses possible employment of CEC on land combat systems based on a combat operational profile. Simulation analysis on a land-based anti-air defense scenario provides insights on the employment of CEC on land combat systems.
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