Weapon Systems

Refers to integrated (often computerized) systems that control and operate weapons, including strategic & tactical and offensive & defensive weapons.

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R&D for Lightweight Combat System Redundancy Concepts image
The U.S. Army recognizes that as the enemy continues to evolve asymmetrical strategies to inflict casualties, it must continue to look at new solutions (i.e., in addition to armor) to improve survivability of lightweight combat ground and air...
What technical documentation is available on AWARS, COMBAT XXI, and Logistics Battle Command that describes the models' inputs and outputs? DSIAC staff performed open-...
2d Marine Aircraft Wing (MAW) Training Range, Outlying [Air]Field (OLF), and Airspace Technical Requirements Analysis image
DSIAC holistically researched and analyzed Marine Corps Installations East training venues as they related to 2nd MAW aviation training requirements through 2030, as well as existing and planned training range, OLF, and airspace technology...
Text Analytics of Acquisition Lessons Learned image
DSIAC supported the Army Materiel Systems Analysis Activity (AMSAA) mission through an effort to improve techniques for analyzing technical information. DSIAC investigated and reported on the feasibility of using various text-analytic software tools...
Weapon Systems Projectile Lethality and Vulnerability Analyses  image
DSIAC conducted an evaluation of the lethality effectiveness of medium-caliber rounds against given target sets. DSIAC performed a scientific and technical information literature search, completed function testing of projectiles, gathered...
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Publication Date: 
4 December 2018
What small form factor systems exist or are in development to OTH communications in a satellite-denied environment? DSIAC was asked to research small form factor, over...
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