Center for Survivability & Lethality (CSL)
Ball, Robert E.
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On January 30 2007, the Naval Postgraduate Scholl (NPS) announced the creation of the Center for Survivability & Lethality (CSL). The CSL brings together faculty and students with expertise in a wide range of technical fields, such as survivability, sensors, weapons, radar, infrared and radar signatures, warhead design, ship shock, electronic warfare, weaponeering, operations analyses, and system engineering, to focus on making U.S. platforms (such as submarines, surface ships, ground vehicles, fixed and rotary wing aircraft, UAVs, and space assets), infrastructure (such as airports, power plants, chemical depots, and transportation centers), and personnel more survivable, as well as making our current and future weapon systems more lethal to the enemy.
The brochure explains the Center for Survivability & Lethality vision, course offerings, keys to success, and objectives.
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