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Besides allowing marines to plan, direct and control theatre air operations, the TBMCS will permit the USMC to coordinate their activities with ground and air force elements.
Used at locations throughout the world, TBMCS allows the Marines to plan, direct and control theater air operations, and to coordinate their activities with ground and Air Force elements.
To remove the impediments and improve forecasting accuracy, the Army should provide resource management training and a cloud based tool that allows personnel to select and task organize force elements from GFEBS.
But he also pointed out how interdependence with other force elements could hamper needed flexibility to move and act outside of rigid controls.
Indeed, he rightly notes, the notion that airpower should be able to perform effectively in all forms of combat unaided by other force elements is both an absurd measure of its value and a baseless arguing point.
The Shadow 200 TUAS is designed to conduct Intelligence, Surveillance, Target Acquisition and Reconnaissance (ISTAR) operational support, enhancing the decision cycle of the support force element, through the employment of its sensors.
Further innovations are the 2D SimulationX libraries "Planar Mechanics" and " Belt Drives" which provide rigid bodies, force elements, joints, constraints, sensors, drive pulleys, belt and hoist drums as well as sheaves and permit animations in the 3D view.
provides enroute, initial entry/ early entry communications support for Joint Task Force elements in support of permissive and non-permissive environments.