Combat system lethality
Butt, Robert A.
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A methodology for calculating warhead, weapon system, and combat system lethality is described for use in AE 3705, a Naval Postgraduate School course in warheads and lethality. A template to outline the methodology and two case studies using the template are developed. The case studies may be used as examples or given as class projects. The first case study considers a generic missile system versus a sea skimming cruise missile. The second case study considers a generic medium caliber gun system versus the same sea skimming cruise missile.
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