2002 NPS Integrated Project - Expeditionary Warfare
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The Expeditionary Warfare Integrated Project represents the combined effort of more than 70 students and 18 faculty members from seven different Naval Postgraduate School curricula representing all five US uniformed services and allies from Singapore, Turkey, Greece, Tunisia, and Sweden. This project was the result of OPNAV N7 tasking directing NPS’ Wayne Meyer Institute of Systems Engineering to use a top down, system of systems approach to examine future Expeditionary Warfare operations in terms of current and emerging operational concepts.
Student Integrated ProjectThis site archives the final report, presentation, and supporting materials for the 2002 project. It will be fully active by January 2003.
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