A computer simulation of a combat model which uses command and control.
Bent, James E. III
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This thesis provides a student of Command and Control with a computer simulation of a simple Command and Control (C2) model. The simulation is a user- friendly, interactive program with multi-colored, high-resolution graphical displays to illustrate the effect of C2 on a stylized, simple, combat situation. A User's Manual is provided to facilitate the use of the simulation.
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