The Capability Development Integration Development Experimentation Division, formerly known as the Battle Command Battle Lab (Gordon), has a long and proud history of providing support to the WIN-T program.
What does BCBL(G) stand for?
BCBL(G) stands for Battle Command Battle Lab (Gordon) (US Army Battle Lab; Ft. Gordon)
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In an effort to put more complete and actionable battlefield knowledge in the hands of field commanders, the Battle Command Battle Lab at Fort Huachuca, AZ, is evaluating ways to fuse intelligence data from multiple sources into a cohesive combat picture with help from an array of technologies, including new server and visualization systems from Silicon Graphics (NYSE:SGI) .
With the NSC-T co-located with the Battle Command Battle Lab (Gordon), an excellent blending of capabilities exists.
That futures team is the Directorate of Combat Development, the Training and Doctrine Command Systems Managers for Warfighter Information Network-Tactical, Satellite Command, and Tactical Radio, and the Signal Center Battle Command Battle Lab.
The JNTC-S architecture was a coordinated effort among various organizations, to include the Battle Command Battle Labs, SIGCEN, Training and Doctrine Command Futures Center, Casualty Area Command, NETCOM, Combined Arms Support Command, USAIC, PEO C3T, PEO EIS, CECOM and DA staff.