Feeling its way in the network-centric world, the British Defense Ministry has opened a "battlelab" at its Warminster Land Warfare Center as part of its Joint Effects Tactical Targeting System (Jetts). The Jetts program, now in the assessment phase, is intended to develop a software-driven command-and-control tool which will allow the management and utilization of a broad range of sensor-platforms, offensive and defensive systems. The army will use the battlelab to evaluate tactics and ...

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