An Engineer Perspective of the JCF-AWE

Donahue, Scott F. "Rock"; Griffith, Timothy E.
August 2001
Engineer;Aug2001, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p22
Trade Publication
Presents the engineer perspective of the Joint Contingency Force-Advanced Warfighting Experiment (JCF-AWE) of the United States Army, and focuses on the digitization of light engineer force. Background on the JCF-AWE; Objectives of the experiment; Results of the testing of engineer initiatives; Information on the MCS-Light software, the baseline maneuver tool in the digital architecture for the 10th Mountain Division JCF-AWE.


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