Summaries - Research
Back Organic Precision Fires - Infantry - Light - Foreign Comparative Test
|Division||Research & Sponsored Programs|
|Department||Joint Interagency Field Experimentation Program|
|Investigator(s)||Buettner, Jr., Raymond R.|
|Sponsor||Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory (Marine Corps)|
In support of the Marine Corps' efforts to field large numbers of low cost unmanned systems and provide longer-range organic precision assets at all echelons, as a part of Force Design 2030, the Marine Corps Warfighting Lab is continuing its experimentation with Aerial Loitering Munitions as a part of the Organic Precision Fires family of munitions. As a part of this effort Science and Technology Division, Fires Branch is conducting a test to identify a suitable material solution to support long-term experimentation with Fleet Marine Forces.
To enable rapid application of the knowledge gained through this test program the NPS will follow the testing, have access to the test data, and share project data with NPS faculty and students in the Information Warfare Systems Engineering curriculum to support the potential development of student thesis research in the area of TTPS, operational concept development and other areas related to operations.
|Keywords||Unmanned Aerial System (UAS)|
|Publications||Publications, theses (not shown) and data repositories will be added to the portal record when information is available in FAIRS and brought back to the portal|