The economic and risk constraints in the feasibility analysis of wireless communications in Marine Corps Combat Operation Centers
Travis, William L.
Cook, Glenn R.
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This thesis will provide Marine Corps acquisitions and communications personnel a general understanding of wireless communications capabilities, financial feasibility, benefits and the risks of implementing a wireless solution into the current existing communications infrastructure in particular, the Combat Operations Center (COC) CapSet models already employed and deployed throughout the Marine Corps Air Ground Task Force. The content of this thesis is of an unclassified nature. This thesis is intended to serve as a reference for acquisitions or communications personnel dealing with the acquisition, procurement, planning, and implementation of wireless technologies in the Marine Corps, so that they will be able to intelligently articulate the financial feasibility, benefits, and risks of adopting or implementing a wireless solution to the Marine Corps Enterprise Network and COC infrastructure, and make informed decisions on the subject.
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