Adaptive architecture for command and control (A2C2) Experiment 11 determining an effective ISR management structure at the operational level of conflict
Stockton, Daniel W.
Pfeiffer, Karl D.
Hocevar, Susan P.
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This thesis on Experiment 11 concentrates on two conditions of the main independent variable: the position of the ISR Officer. Analysis compares different performance variables under the two ISR role structures. Condition I is comprised of an ISR Coordinator (ISR Coord), a Sea Combat Commander (SCC) and a Marine Expeditionary Unit Commander (MEU). Condition II is comprised of an ISR Commander (ISR Cdr), an SCC and a MEU. Both ISR Officer conditions are examined in a HA/DR scenario. The assessment of performance includes responsiveness of the two conditions when assets are reduced. Participants were asked to plan for the allocation of ISR assets and then re-plan when assets were reduced. Thus, this experiment also examines the simulator as input for operational-level planning. This thesis also compares the findings from Experiment 11 with the findings from Experiment 10 to determine if the ISR management structure, reduction in assets and incorporated planning process in Experiment 11 to determine how the ISR management structure in Experiment 11 affected the utilization of ISR assets.
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