Development and implementation of an interactive uniform regulations manual for the United States Marine Corps
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There are two main purposes to this thesis study. First, we will deploy the principles of software development that we have learned through the Software Engineering track here at NPS and test its validity through the development of a real world system. This system will be a completely self sustaining prototype of a web design containing both the front end and back end requirements. Second, we will conduct a study of Human Computer Interaction (HCI) through the design and usability testing of a new interactive uniform regulations manual. All military services currently possess their own individual uniform regulations specific to each service. This system, although it will be specific to the United States Marine Corps, can be used as a model for any other service as well as any international military desiring a similar solution to the inherent problems associated with current manuals. The new system will address all aspects currently outlined in the regulations. This regulation will be used by all US civilians and military service members to whom the current manual is now relevant. Although we fully intend to deliver a finished product to the Marine Corps for their official use, the true value to us as students is in the process of developing and testing this new system. The knowledge learned here will benefit us in any future system design or development projects.
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