CMH Pub 70-91-1. Revision of the 1998 edition with added last chapter. Prepared by James Walker and James T. Hooper. Outlines the organizational and conceptual evolution of the Army Space Support Team (ARSST) from 1986 to 1998. Identifies trends and issues of significance, explaining how important problems were approached and why key decisions were made. Includes sections on the use of global positioning systems (GPS) and satellite weather support.the Army Space Support Team James Walker, James T. Hooper, Center of Military History ... for space operations, as reflected by the publication of new field manuals such as FM 40-1, Joint Tactical Ground Station Operations and the development ... GPS jamming support to providing technical advice and training for the operation of commercial Blue Force Tracking devices and submitting satellite taskinganbsp;...
|Author||:||James Walker, James T. Hooper, Center of Military History|
|Publisher||:||Dept. of the Army - 2003|