Self-synchronization examined as a critical aspect of time-critical strike
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Naval Postgraduate School, in partnership with OPNAV, SAIC, and Aptima, recently hosted Concept Development Game 1 (CDG 1) in support of OPNAV N6’s Advanced Command and Control (AC2) Study. The objective of the AC2 study is to investigate the nature of command and control as the US Navy evolves toward a network-centric concept of future maritime operations. The focus of the CDG 1 was self-synchronization as it applies to Time-Critical Strike (TCS) and Theater Air-Missile Defense.
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