ASAS RWS Block II Is Down Range!

Proctor, Jerry V.
January 2001
Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin;Jan-Sep2001, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p68
Reports on the deployment of a team by the United States Army Training and Doctrine Command in Bosnia to provide All-Source Analysis System Remote Workstation Block II training. Composition of the training team; Military intelligence activities; Success of the training team.


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