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Special Operations Command, came together for a two-week exercise in June focused on combat identification for ground target engagement by coalition aircraft--especially those tools developed for aircrew and ground controllers to enable them to coordinate attacks or drop bombs on targets more quickly and effectively than they can today.
That's why both you and your vehicle need the protection of the Joint Combat Identification Marking System (JCIMS).
Raytheon's KIV-77 represents the next generation in secured combat identification for U.
mil USJFCOM lead agency to investigate, assess, and improve integration, interoperability, and operational effectiveness of Joint Fires and Combat Identification across the Joint warfighting spectrum.
As these statistics verify, combat identification is still an unresolved problem on the modern battlefield, even during stability and support operations.
This time, however, the gunfire was simulated--and the Marines were equipped with the newest combat identification technologies that are being evaluated by the U.
He added: 'Regardless of thorough training, careful planning, excellent night vision equipment and combat identification measures, in the type of operation in which we were engaged, and in the heat of battle, there is always a risk that incidents such as this may occur.
``It is unsatisfactory that the department has made such slow progress in developing combat identification solutions to the risks of friendly fire.