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By having Army personnel do more of these tasks, the service is shaving $60 million per year off the distributed common ground system program, which should come to $1.
Contract Awarded for Advisory and assistance services (A&AS) for the Battle Management Directorate Distributed Common Ground System.
As part of their ongoing test and evaluation process that includes multiple stages of technology reviews, practical application evaluations and operational user tests, the Army is working with Lockheed Martin to update the Distributed Common Ground System (DCGS-A), as the service prepares for fielding in 2015.
Today, our system readily integrates into the Army's existing Universal Ground Control Station and Deployable Common Ground System command centers and ground troops in forward operating bases.
Many of them are part of the Distributed Common Ground System (DCGS), a unique and potent twenty-first-century weapon system.
Raytheon achieved several industry firsts in the sharing of intelligence, reconnaissance, and surveillance (ISR) data between coalition, NATO countries and the United States using the Distributed Common Ground System (DCGS) Integration Backbone (DIB).
and allied Distributed Common Ground System (DCGS) ground systems.
In Steven Zenishek and David Usechak's, "Net-Centric Warfare and its Impact on System-of-Systems," the authors describe the implementation of the Air Force Distributed Common Ground System Block 10.