Single Integrated Air Picture Holds The Key to Navy's Net Centric Plans

Barnard, Richard C.
March 2004
Sea Power;Mar2004, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p18
Examines how the networking tool Single Integrated Air Picture (SIAP) will enable the U.S. Navy to implement the concept of network centric warfare. Ability of a shooter in a Navy attack aircraft to use target information from an Army missile battery; Precedence of SIAP in achieving battle management as part of the Family of Interoperable Operational Pictures initiative; Support in the changing of Navy's tactical decision cycles and in the pace of warfare.


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