Army's 'Ma Bell' answers call

Patterson, Melanie K.
August 2000
Army Reserve Magazine;Aug2000 Training Special Edition, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p21
Focuses on the significance of a communications network in making military exercises functional in several locations throughout the United States. Incorporation of all exercises in a combat zone style; Provision of data, voice and video-teleconference networks for the training; Creation of a help desk for the Information Systems Services Office.


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