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CNCarrienews.com (Carrie Underwood fan site)
CNCiudad de Nápoles (Guatemala hospital)
CNCreatioNation (convergent media company promoting the arts and altruism)
CNColoracion Normal (Spanish: Normally Colored)
CNCooperativa Jesús Nazareno Ltda. (Santa Cruz, Bolivia)
CNCarpal Narrowing
CNCras Noc'te (Tomorrow Night)
CNCasnicki Namjesnik (Croatian: Warrant Officer)
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The system facilitates operations while hidden or on the move in rugged environments, sharing targeting data from multiple sensors across battle command networks. SABRE was successfully fielded to the Australian Army in 2013, DRS noted.
The second critical period is the transition to ground combat, during which most of the mission command network takes the form of analog battle-tracking over tactical radio nets.
From the command network operations requirement tier, space and cyber attacks support strike platforms, but these platforms must survive/counter autonomous threats.
Stephen, who has written a book about the offensive, was with the squaddies night and day in the deadly SanginValley as they prepared to smash the Taliban's command network and cut their supply chain.
"The network will be used to send commands and receive telemetry signals," said SK Shivakumar, director of the Indian Space Research Organisation's Telemetry Tracking and Command Network.
Mark Brown believes that "networking the battlefield" by providing infantry soldiers with high-tech tools to plug into the digital battle command network is a critical step toward increasing soldiers' lethality, while reducing the risk of death or injury, fratricide, and surprise enemy attacks.
The purpose of the commissioned study is to identify and assess new communication and information technologies for military command support applications, such as will be needed to realise a future command network based on network-centric operations.
Greg Whitaker of the Air Mobility Command network operations and security center.
Was it in 1969 when the Department of Defense commissioned the Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (ARPANET) to research a communication and command network that could withstand a nuclear attack?
The bid is for a 25-year concession to operate the frequencies formerly operated by the Southern Command Network (SCN) of the U.S.
A hierarchy of a command network is presented in Figure 5.
* In the short term the South offers more economic potential, although Hanoi remains the seat of the command network and is the cradle of the birth of any alliances with, or needing the support of, state enterprises.