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Space-based radar representation in the advanced warfighting simulation (AWARS)
Author(s): Andrew E. Phend; Kathryn Buckley; Steven R. Elliott; Page B. Stanley; Peter M. Shea; Jimmie A. Rutland
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Paper Abstract

Space and orbiting systems impact multiple battlefield operating systems (BOS). Space support to current operations is a perfect example of how the United States fights. Satellite-aided munitions, communications, navigation and weather systems combine to achieve military objectives in a relatively short amount of time. Through representation of space capabilities within models and simulations, the military will have the ability to train and educate officers and soldiers to fight from the high ground of space or to conduct analysis and determine the requirements or utility of transformed forces empowered with advanced space-based capabilities. The Army Vice Chief of Staff acknowledged deficiencies in space modeling and simulation during the September 2001 Space Force Management Analsyis Review (FORMAL) and directed that a multi-disciplinary team be established to recommend a service-wide roadmap to address shortcomings. A Focus Area Collaborative Team (FACT), led by the U.S. Army Space & Missile Defense Command with participation across the Army, confirmed the weaknesses in scope, consistency, correctness, completeness, availability, and usability of space model and simulation (M&S) for Army applications. The FACT addressed the need to develop a roadmap to remedy Space M&S deficiencies using a highly parallelized process and schedule designed to support a recommendation during the Sep 02 meeting of the Army Model and Simulation Executive Council (AMSEC).

Paper Details

Date Published: 3 September 2004
PDF: 13 pages
Proc. SPIE 5420, Modeling, Simulation, and Calibration of Space-based Systems, (3 September 2004); doi: 10.1117/12.543130
Show Author Affiliations
Andrew E. Phend, Teledyne Brown Engineering (United States)
Kathryn Buckley, U.S. Army TRADOC Analysis Ctr. (United States)
Steven R. Elliott, U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command (United States)
Page B. Stanley, Teledyne Brown Engineering (United States)
Peter M. Shea, Dynetics, Inc. (United States)
Jimmie A. Rutland, Dynetics, Inc. (United States)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 5420:
Modeling, Simulation, and Calibration of Space-based Systems
Pejmun Motaghedi, Editor(s)

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