April–June 2000, Volume 21, Number 2

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Warfare Analysis Part I

   Guest Editor's Introduction
   D. K. Pace

   

Perspectives on Warfare Analysis

    A Retrospective on Warfare Analysis at APL
   D. K. Pace and R. E. Gingras

   An Approach to Joint Warfare Analysis
   S. M. Biemer and D. J. O'Brien

   Laying the Foundation for Successful Systems Engineering
   F. R. Skolnick and P. G. Wilkins

   

Warfare Analysis Laboratory (WAL) and WALEX Examples

    APL's Warfare Analysis Laboratory: Applications and Accomplishments
   R. E. Gingras

    The WALEX Process
   J. M. Nolen

   Warfare Analysis Laboratory 2000
   R. J. Dean

   Ballistic Missile Defense WALEXs Collaborative Examination of Requirements
   K. Kohri and D. W. Amann

    Air-Directed Surface-to-Air Missile Study Methodology
    H. T. Kauderer

    Air Force WALEX Applications
    J. F. Keane, K. Kohri, D. W. Amann, and D. L. Clark

    Developing Battlefield-Supportable Systems Through Interactive Seminars: A Biological Defense System Example
    K. Kohri

   

Warfare Analyses Applications

    Theater Ballistic Missile Defense Analyses
    W. J. Pavalko, K. R. Chevli, and M. F. Monius

   Future Undersea Warfare Perspectives
   J. R. Benedict, Jr.

   Mine Countermeasures Requirements to Support Future Operational Maneuver
   G. W. Pollitt

    Linking Warfighting and Logistics
   C. H. Sinex, S. A. Basile, W. A. Sellers, D. W. Kerchner, and T. C. Gion

   

Miscellanea

   Publications, Presentations, and Colloquia

   Patents (1999)

Icon The Cover: The development of the Warfare Analysis Laboratory (WAL) is represented from the mechanical Air Battle Analyzer of the 1960s and 1970s, through the more technologically enhanced early versions of the WAL, to the state-of-the-art facility opening at APL in May 2000. The Joint Warfare Analysis Department (JWAD) and its predecessor, the Naval Warfare Analysis Department, have used the increasing capabilities of the WAL to expand APL's capabilities to conduct complex analytical studies. In the past, studies have focused on topics such as requirements development, concept evaluation, simulation, and planning. Many JWAD studies apply Warfare Analysis Laboratory Exercises (WALEXs) at key decision points to bring military operators, decision makers, and APL analysts into a collaborative environment that stimulates insights and discussion. (Cover illustration by Kenneth R. Moscati. WAL 2000 illustration by Richard M. Freas. Cover design by Margaret A. Harlow.)

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