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C2 Information systems 


Mission Command and Tactical Information Systems

Command and Control (C2) systems enable information superiority on the battlefield. They provide the commander with the information to make effective decisions and they provide the warfighter the capability to access the information necessary to complete their mission. A command, control, and communication (C3) system is an information system employed within a military organization. It is a general phrase that incorporates strategic and tactical systems. Consequently, a combat direction system, tactical data system, or warning and control system may each be considered C3 systems.

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The Army Battle Command System, or ABCS, provides a set of tools which digitize battle command with the goal of increased lethality and survivability. Leaders in digitized units must therefore understand how digitization enhances warfighting in order to leverage these new capabilities. The objective of ABCS is to provide: a combination of situational information and sensor data; a force-level common database; display of and access to near real-time data; support of the common tactical picture (CTP). The ABCS concept supports the planning, monitoring and control of combat and combat operations at all echelons, from strategic, through operational and tactical levels, down to individual combat platforms.

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The Army continues to modernize its ERP business systems to simplify operations, optimize processes, and provide an accurate, Enterprise view of business information to all users. AESIP is a key component of this initiative. AESIP enables integration by linking business processes and data across existing IT systems. This integration optimizes business processes and supports Enterprise-level information requirements. AESIP has successfully delivered a Web-based solution for the creation and management of customer and vendor master data and implemented an optimized messaging and hub services capability.

 

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