The GPS computer-based tutorial

Mallow, Guy R.; Forman, Edward A.
August 1997
Engineer;Aug97, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p36
Trade Publication
Talks about the computer-based Army Global Positioning System (GPS) Tutorial for military engineers in the United States. Use of the GPS; Training tool developed to provide nontechnical, operational perspective of the NAVSTAR GPS; Obtaining the tutorial.


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