THE CHARACTER OF INTERDEPENDENCE BETWEEN ISR STRUCTURES FOR LAND UNITS AND THOSE OF AIR AND NAVAL UNITS
Connecting ISR structures from Land Units with ISR structures of Air and Naval units, represents a real challenge, for assuring the whole information cycle in a flexible, robust, and complex architecture in order to create a common known image and to assure support for the commander of the Joint Forces Group in taking the best decisions. The importance of achievement interconnection between ISR structures at all level of hierarchy and from all categories of forces is determined by impredictibility of operational environment, and the necessity of shortening response time during decisional process.
Keywords: intelligence; reconnaissance; surveillance; Land Forces; Air Forces; Naval Forces; Joint Forces Group.
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