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June 2006
By Henry S. Kenyon

June 2006
By Rita Boland

 
Navy warfighters will benefit from programs such as agent-based computing, which coalesces large amounts of data, sorts through it then delivers warnings, answers or smart searches to the operator.
Sailors are looking to turn data into knowledge and communicate over a wider area.

June 2006
By Henry S. Kenyon

 
The U.S. Army’s force generation (ARFORGEN) model will facilitate the transition of the service’s formations to modular units. Based on brigade combat teams, they can be deployed more rapidly to global trouble spots and be quickly combined into mission-specific forces.
Transformation effort morphs large, unwieldy units into lighter, agile components.

June 2006
By Maryann Lawlor

 
Warfighters examine technologies headed for Joint Expeditionary Force Experiment ‘06 during the third spiral leading up to the main event, which occurred at the end of April. The ground-laying work takes place on the main floor of the Combined Air Operations Center (CAOC) at Al Udeid Air Base in Qatar.
Air Force aims to meet warfighters’ urgent communication needs at Mach speed.