C2ISRCommand and Control, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance
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That 7 percent has been absorbed into joint force enablers: airlift, air refueling, C2ISR, space, and intelligence, to name a few.
First, Eighth Air Force demonstrated an initial operating capability of blending IO capabilities with kinetic strike assets in less than 30 days after taking operational control of the C2ISR wings.
The Aerospace & Defense Group at Frost & Sullivan is pleased to announce its 2008 Quarterly Analyst Briefing Presentation on the Asia Pacific air C2ISR market to be held on Wednesday, July 16, 2008 at 8:00 am PDT.
This IP has been indigenously developed by leveraging our deep domain knowledge of C2ISR (Command, Control, Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance) and is already in wide use across various formations of the Indian Army .
In the future, for example, the B-2 and the F-22s will train together in this 'kick-down the door' scenario with the space C2ISR task force doing time-critical targeting.
Highlights of the briefing include an assessment of the market, scopes and demands of the industry and current and future air C2ISR market behavior and trends.
Air Force Electronic Systems Command, Small Business Innovation Research Topic AF093-025: "Visualization of Cross-Domain C2ISR Operations," topic prerelease intent statement, July 2009.
The NCCT ACTD team brought their system out of the research laboratory and onto the C2ISR platforms for successful live-fly testing.
At the Command, Control, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C2ISR) Summit hosted by General Kenne and ESC in April 2002, General Jumper and his 12 four-star commanders made an impassioned plea to horizontally integrate C2ISR machines (i.
The Safe-Borders C2ISR capability will integrate existing and proven technologies thereby reducing program risk and system life-cycle costs and attendant affordability.
21) Development of indigenous airborne C2ISR platforms such as the KJ-2000 and KJ-200 AWACS--a major component of improving C2 technology in the PLAAF--has enabled China to carry out airborne surveillance, C2, and battle management.
We welcome the challenge of working with our Air Force customers to improve the performance and reduce the costs of C2ISR systems.