Network Centric Warfare Case Study Volume II: A View of Command, Control, Communications and Computer Architectures at the Dawn of Network Centric Warfare

  • November 06, 2006
  • Mr David W Cammons, Mr Kevin J Cogan, CPT Raymond G Delucio

“A View of Command, Control, Communications, and Computer Architectures at the Dawn of Network Centric Warfare,” provides the military reader with three insights: 1) a historical view of the advances in technology that ultimately enabled a computer communications network; 2) an encapsulation of the Army command, control, communications, and computer (C4) architecture for V Corps and 3 ID during the two specific timeframes referred to as pre-OIF and OIF-1; 3) an examination of future communications programs that are underway for the next generation of C4 architecture with respect to the ability of the DoD acquisition process to keep pace with the rapid advances in technology.