Representation of small-arms effects in aggregated force-on-force combat models.
Lane, Lawrence B.
Taylor, James G.
Brewer, Dennis W.
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This thesis explores the problem of determining the relative worth of small-arms in a combined arms scenario by using aggregated models. The documentation of current operational models is reviewed to see how the effects of small-arms have been represented in general, and in large-scale aggregated-force models in particular. After investigation of the main uses of small-arms, an inference is drawn that the contribution of small-arms is only implied in current models.
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