April 2011
Infantry;Apr/May2011, Vol. 100 Issue 2, p10
The article highlights the full spectrum operations (FSO) rotation conducted by an airborne Infantry battalion at the Joint Readiness Training Center in Fort Polk, Louisiana. It discusses key issues relating to the demands of the FSO rotation, which include command and control (C2) and associated capabilities. It also details the challenges to providing situational awareness (SA) using both analog and digital systems at different echelons.


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