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  • 1.
    Hultberg, Anton
    Swedish Defence University.
    Ett luftburet ledningssystem i en taktisk kontext2018Independent thesis Basic level (professional degree), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesis
    Abstract [en]

    This paper is about an airborne command-and-control (C2) system, and seeks to examine how this specific airborne C2- system can increase the risk of fratricide in military operations.

    Based on earlier studies that defines and describes the most common causes for fratricide, a system analysis were made on the airborne C2-system. The analysis treated three different efficacy-measurements, and each one of these were put in specific scenarios.

    Beyond literature studies, the information in the paper has been collected through qualitative interviews with personnel who works with the airborne C2-system and with Swedish military personnel within the air command-and-control organization.

    The result shows that the airborne C2-system can risk to contribute to fratricide due to a poor radar resolution in the horizontal plane or because the “zero-doppler-limit” is set too high.

    The result is only valid in conjunction with the defined scenarios, and there may be more ways the system can contribute to fratricide. To examine this, more efficacy-measurements according to the airborne C2-system’s performance must be presented and analyzed.

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