A field artillery module for the Airland Research Model
Finley, Leonard M., III
Parry, Samuel H.
Keller, Robert L.
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The purpose of this thesis is to establish a portion of a high resolution, prescriptive field artillery module for the Airland Research Model which, when combined with the thesis of Captain Robin Lindstrom, produces a complete, operational field artillery module. The proposed module is a hierarchical representation of field artillery relationships and consists of one element of the Division Artillery, and an artillery battalion, to include the battalion headquarters, three firing batteries and all possible fire support personnel. The module contains both planning and execution components which can operate simultaneously to simulate the conduct of current operations while planning fir future operations. Command and control processes are represented as equations based on a qualitative analysis of the command and control factors involved in each decision process. Where practical, data is represented by equations to increase execution speed.
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