January 2010
Sea Power;Jan2010, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p133
The article offers information on the different C4ISR and Unmanned systems of U.S. Marine Corps. The Distributed common ground system-marine corps (DCGS-MC), under the major C4ISR systems, is the Marine Corps component of the new Web-based, joint services DCGS network that will function as a single enterprises system. Information on other unmanned systems are also mentions including support side-area network, composite tracking network, and common aviation command-and-control system (CAC2S).


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