Network Centric Warfare
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In this interactive exercise, students will identify key elements of Network Centric Warfare that influence or enable one another. The learning objectives for this exercises are: Identify and describe basic battle-space entitles., Explain what is meant by 'infostructure.', Describe how the Information Age has changed military operations and warfare., Define the key concepts of dispersed forces, knowledgeable forces, and effective linking., Analyze the ability of C2 systems in data-fusing and sharing battle-space awareness., Define those force attributes that enable self-synchronization.The interactions involve using drag-and-drop to identify key elements.
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