Development of III-Nitride UV Detectors
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AbstractNot Available New naval ship classes will be manned with fewer personnel, creating a near-term requirement for new tactical and training system technologies that can reduce crew workload. Current Navy embedded training systems, such as the Battle Force Tactical Training (BFTT) system and the AEGIS Combat Training System (ACTS), provide excellent examples of embedded training systems that incorporate traditional stand-alone shipboard training systems under a comprehensive systems architecture to create an expanded Combat Information Center (CIC) training system capability. DSR proposes exploring the feasibility of using these embedded combat mission training systems as a Total Ship Training core and developing a system architecture that would allow for the integration of existing onboard trainers that support ship's navigation, propulsion, damage control, and embarked Marine and aviation components to create a system. The goal would be to provide the Afloat Training Group and Shipboard training teams with a coordinated training simulation capability for the entire ship that supports shipboard readiness objectives, minimizes personnel requirements, and is cost-effective.
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