Managing Data

Allen, George J.
December 2007
Sea Power;Dec2007, Vol. 50 Issue 12, p38
An interview with Brigadier General George J. Allen is presented. When asked about his priority for the coming year, he stated that it is to make sure that Marines are trained to use the best, modern communication devices. He added that the U.S. Marine Corps will continue to modernize terrestrial infrastructure capabilities and ground radio system. He emphasized that integration of a variety of communications systems and improved user-interfaces will help ease the burden.


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