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New Optical Tags to Improve Combat Identification of Friendly Forces

    Brimrose Technology Corporation is introducing a new generation of optical taggants which will enable enhanced, covert marking and identification using unique narrow-band source ad...

Streamlined Blue Force Tracking System Integrates Combat & Logistics Support

The US Army is finally integrating a blue-force tracking system common to manoeuvre and logistics elements. For the first time on the battlefield, maneuver and logistics forces will share situational awareness and messaging, forming a complete and seamless operational picture.

BAE Systems to Unveil Adaptive Camouflage Cloak for Combat Vehicles at...

BAE Systems has recently tested an ‘invisibility cloak’ that allows a vehicle to blend into its surroundings, effectively becoming invisible to thermal imaging systems.

FELIN Soldier Systems Enter Service with the French Army

The 1st Infantry Regiment, the oldest unit in the French Army, is also the first unit in Europe to implement a full digitized soldier...

Next-Generation FBCB2 JCR on the Test Bench

Northrop Grumman Corporation has delivered the next version of Force XXI Battle Command Brigade and Below (FBCB2) software to the U.S. Army to begin...

Common Operation Picture (COP)

Start < Page 7 of 10 > Together, intelligence data and Blue Forces Tracking are fused to generate the digital map based Common Operational Picture (COP),...

Brigade Level Tactical Operations Center

Start < Page 6 of 10 > Brigade and regimental level have become the principal maneuver level of the modern air/land combat. These formations require special...

DSEi-2005 Exhibition Review – Electronics & C4I

Following the trend demonstrated in the past few years, exhibitors' emphasis is shifted from weapon systems to command, control, communications and sensors (C4I), focusing...

Battle Command on-the-Move – Operation Iraqi Freedom C4ISR Lessons Learned part...

Start < Page 8 of 8 > US forces fully expected that movement of combat formations from the Kuwaiti border to the city of Baghdad would...

Tactical C3 Performance – Operation Iraqi Freedom C4ISR Lessons Learned part...

Start < Page 4 of 8 > Operation Iraqi Freedom was characterized by rapid task re-organization across all echelons to enable exploitation of enemy vulnerabilities, and...

Combat Implementation of the NCW Doctrine – Operation Iraqi Freedom C4ISR...

Start < Page 2 of 8 > Even with the most advanced technology in C4ISR available in OIF, the surprisingly ultra-rapid advance of US led coalition...

Satellite Based Blue Force Movement Tracking

The company  which supplied much of the Blue Force and Movement Tracking add-ons for the US Army FBCB2 system currently operational in Iraq, is...

Blue on Blue ground incidents during Operation Iraqi Freedom

Start < Page 2 of 4 > The first reported ground fratricide incident during Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) occurred shortly after midnight on March 24, when...

Eliminating Fratricide In Ground Combat

Start < Page 1 of 4 > The risk of fratricide has always been a consequence of warfare. Preventing such misshapes from occurring, especially in...
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