Concepts of a manpower replacement system for a Marine Air Ground Task Force in a deployed/tactical environment
Johnson, William C.
Williams, Jan J.
Schneidewind, Norman F.
Jones, Carl R.
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This thesis is designed to illustrate concepts of a man power replacement system for a Marine Air Ground Task Force in a deployed/tactical environment. In this environment, the Administrative Officer (G-1) is tasked with the responsibilities of coordinating all efforts associated with personnel replacements. Presently, there are no systems responsive enough to handle personnel replacements in an efficient manner. The first part illustrates the need for such a system. The second part discusses the requirements for such a system including data elements and data flow requirements of the system. The third part explores several alternative ways of satisfying this requirement. The recommended alternative utilizes distributed processing over packet radio networks linked to the defense data network via gateways or tactical radio links. Applicable attributes of both the DDN and Packet Radio technologies are discussed extensively.
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