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* [http://integrator.hanscom.af.mil/2005/March/03032005/03032005-14.htm Airborne network to link sensors, shooters, decision makers] (AF Link, Mar 05)
 
* [http://integrator.hanscom.af.mil/2005/March/03032005/03032005-14.htm Airborne network to link sensors, shooters, decision makers] (AF Link, Mar 05)
 
* [http://www.mitre.org/news/events/xml4bin/pdf/stranc_airborne.pdf Airborne Networking], (Kenneth Stranc, USAF Airborne Network Special Interest Group Architecture Lead, Date unknown)
 
* [http://www.mitre.org/news/events/xml4bin/pdf/stranc_airborne.pdf Airborne Networking], (Kenneth Stranc, USAF Airborne Network Special Interest Group Architecture Lead, Date unknown)
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* [http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/systems/ground/win-t.htm Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T)] (GlobalSecurity.org, date unkown)
  
 
==== Ground operations ====
 
==== Ground operations ====
 
* [https://www.fcs.army.mil/news/pdf/FCS_White_Paper_APR08.pdf FCS (BCT) white paper] (FCS, Apr 08)
 
* [https://www.fcs.army.mil/news/pdf/FCS_White_Paper_APR08.pdf FCS (BCT) white paper] (FCS, Apr 08)

Revision as of 03:02, 30 November 2008

This page contains information related to scenarios for an airborne network backbone supporting ground operations.

Primary Information

This is the primary information I was able to find. I suggest that everyone read through all of the links listed here

  • Airborne Networking - good overview article of what the current plans are, including technical challenges
  • FCS Network - overview of the network architecture for Future Combat Systems (FCS)
  • Network-centric warfare - good overview article on the larger context of network-centric operations in the military
  • Tactical Internet - this is the Army's description of the type of network they envision. Pretty high level.

Additional Information

Here is some additional information that I found while looking around. These links are likely to be mainly of interest as we look for additional details beyond what is available in the links above.

Network backbone structure

Ground operations