Fire support coordination: a system architecture perspective
O'Leary, Paul J., Jr.
Jones, Carl R.
Summers, Donald E.
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The purpose of this thesis is twofold: first is to describe the current Marine Corps fire support system as an overall architecture and the second is to provide teaching materials for the Joint C3, (Command, Control, Coordination) curriculum. The emphasis will be to identify and illustrate the various command, control, and coordination procedures that are evident throughout the system. The system architecture described will provide a foundation from which the student will be required to design their own conceptual architecture. The command and control architecture of the fire support system is presented. A detailed analysis of the underlying C2 processes of the structure is conducted. A case is developed that will encourage the student towards the application of C2 concepts and principles. The author concludes with description of methods used to evaluate an architecture.
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