Joint Tactical Terminal and Common Integrated Broadcast Service--Modules (JTT/CIBS-M)

Kostek, Stephen R.
October 1998
Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin;Oct-Dec98, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p33
Discusses the significance of the Joint Tactical Terminal (JTT) Common Integrated Broadcast-Modules (JTT/CIBS-M) program. Features of the JTT which address the combat forces' need for tactical intelligence and targeting information; Integrated Broadcast Service(IBS) intelligence networks; Emerging trends in tactical terminals; Supportability architecture; Conclusions.


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