Combined arms staff trainer feasibility study for use in the NPS C3 curriculum
Kanewske, Patrick J.
Hughes, Wayne P.
Sovereign, Michael G.
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The object of this thesis is to explore the possibility of the Combined Anns Staff Trainer's (CAST) use in the Command, Control, and Communications (C3) Curriculum. War gaming in the United States Armed Forces and at the Naval Postgraduate School is explored. The CAST system is described in its present form as used by the United States Marine Corps, and how the system can be manipulated to suit the needs of the C3 Curriculum. The feasibility of implementing the proposed system changes to satisfy required knowledge elements in the C3 Curriculum is explored. Who will use the CAST, and how the CAST can be NPS is also discussed.
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