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Back NPS-POLSOF Joint Experimentation: Direct Action Shared Situational Awareness (DASSA) Network
|Division||Graduate School of Operational & Information Sciences|
|Investigator(s)||Bordetsky, Alexander B.|
|Sponsor||Office of the Chief of Naval Operations (Navy)|
The proposed NPS-POLSOF joint experimentation campaign will address critical warfighter challenges. Experiment objective is to develop a situational awareness sharing tool, based on remote advise and assist techniques for U.S. and partner nation teams in joint HALO/HAHO and aerially delivered land/maritime Direct Action (DA) missions. The DASSA Network should help to share information and alerts from rad/nuc detection:
1) Enemy target tracks and alert info must be shared visually with partner nation HALO/HAHO teams while in the air.
2) Airborne teams need to self-organize for conducting combined site exploitation (SE) while confronted with the need to conduct stand-off rad/nuc detection.
3) Airborne DA teams and remote advise and assist SMEs need to minimize time required to modify a plan of action subject to possible threats or SE findings.
|Keywords||Maritime Remote Advise Assist Situational Awareness sharing network|
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