AuthorWOOLDRIDGE, FRANCIS R.
AffiliationNAVY SPACE SYSTEMS ACTIVITY
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AbstractThe distribution of environmental data by the Navy Oceanography Command to support worldwide fleet operations is discussed. The fact that these operations are being conducted from platforms which are under sea, on the ocean surface and in the air, forms the basis for a variety of unique distribution methods. The organization of the Naval Oceanography Command is shown along with the fleet units operating with geophysics personnel attached. Methods of distribution include data sources to support the generation of numerical products and tactical operations. Fleet communications links are described including the data processing systems being installed at shore stations and onboard ships.
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