Strategy and guidelines for transitioning a helicopter squadron to the Defense Messaging System within the IT 21 concept
Wheeler, Quentin G.
Brinkley, Douglas E.
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IT 21 is the Navy's program to establish standards for fleet units to have the necessary computing infrastructure to support emerging and future requirements. One of the cornerstones of next century's command and control system is the Defense Messaging System (DMS) which replaces AUTODIN. This thesis gathers existing program information and literature, filters the information, and provides the relevant information in one source. The result is a strategy and methodology that achieves DMS and IT 21 objectives. It recommends an architecture that is flexible for future growth, provides group collaboration opportunities, and maximizes shared databases. Additionally, a strategy for purchasing network components and DMS training is recommended.
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