Marine C2 in Support of HA/DR: Observations and Critical Assessments Following Super-Typhoon Haiyan
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This paper presents observations and critical assessment of the current Marine Corps capabilities in terms of distributed Command and Control (C2), expeditionary power, and the feasibility of larger Enhanced Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF) Operations (EMO) with regard to current and emerging technology-enabled capabilities as applied to small unit operations such as those in support of disaster response missions. Observations are limited to the scope of the team’s viewpoint from deployment to multiple locations within the disaster zone in support of 3d Marine Expeditionary Brigade (MEB) and subsequent Joint Task Force (JTF) 505 operations. It is intended to guide discussion among leaders in the research and acquisitions communities guiding the modernization of the Marine Corps.
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