Definition and design of a casualty assistance information system for the United States Marine Corps
Anderson, Nancy Pachuta
Dolk, Daniel R.
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This thesis encompasses the documentation required for the Definition and Design phase of the Life Cycle Management for Automated Information Systems. The documents were produced as a result of a requirements analysis conducted for the Casualty Section of Headquarters, U. S. Marine Corps in Arlington, Virginia during 1984 and 1985. The analysis prompted the decision-makers to authorize continued development of an automated system to support personnel casualty reporting, notification, assistance and recording for the U. S. Marine Corps. The results of the Definition and Design phase will be used to initiate the Development phase of this system.
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