Network-Centric Naval Forces: A Transition Strategy for Enhancing Operational Capabilities is a study to advise the Department of the Navy regarding its transition strategy to achieve a network-centric naval force through technology application. This report discusses the technical underpinnings needed for a transition to networkcentric forces and capabilities.
National Research Council. 2000. Network-Centric Naval Forces: A Transition Strategy for Enhancing Operational Capabilities. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/9864.
|1 Overview of Study Results||11-51|
|2 Network-Centric Operations -- Promise and Challenges||52-87|
|3 Integrating Naval Force Elements for Network-Centric Operations -- A Mission-Specific Study||88-139|
|4 Designing a Common Command and Information Infrastructure||140-174|
|5 Information Assurance -- Securing the Naval Command and Information Infrastructure||175-218|
|6 Realizing Naval Command and Information Infrastructure Capabilities||219-288|
|7 Adjusting Department of the Navy Organization and Management to Achieve Network-Centric Capabilities||289-348|
|Appendix A Admiral Johnson's Letter of Request||349-351|
|Appendix B Current Sensor Capabilities and Future Potential||352-383|
|Appendix C System Requirements to Hit Moving Targets||384-403|
|Appendix D Weapons||404-428|
|Appendix E Tactical Information Networks||429-461|
|Appendix F The Organizational View of the Recommended Operations Information and Space Command||462-463|
|Appendix G Committee Biographies||464-473|
|Appendix H Acronyms and Abbreviations||474-489|
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