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IC2J 2010 : International C2 Journal - Integrating Air, Land and Sea Operations: C2 Teams and their Technologies


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Submission Deadline Aug 31, 2010
Categories    command and control   C2   data technologies   technologies

Call For Papers

International C2 Journal
We are currently seeking papers for a Special Issue on Integrating Air, Land and Sea Operations: C2 Teams and their Technologies.

Scope of the Issue
Military operations have always sought to integrate air, land, and maritime forces to achieve maximum effect, for purposes as diverse as fire support, maneuver, intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance, logistics, and medical evacuation. This integration is demanding of command and control teams. Controllers must coordinate the action of distributed, heterogeneous personnel and equipment in a fluid, time sensitive situation. Furthermore, as the range and persistence of military systems increase, the scale of the challenge grows. Successful integration allows effects to be delivered in a timely, accurate, and secure manner. The result of unsuccessful integration can be delays in obtaining effects, wasted resources, and errors that may include fratricide and collateral damage. The outcome ultimately depends on the specialized teams and the technologies they use to perform this coordination.

Teams charged with integrating air, land, and maritime forces assume their duties guided by doctrine and training. The teams are in turn shaped by the nature of the particular operation. Operational orders, command structures (especially those involving coalitions), technology, and security shape the teams and the tactics, techniques, and procedures they use to coordinate force components. This Special Issue will consist of papers that examine how command and control teams and their tools influence the integration of component forces during military operations.

We are soliciting papers that examine the factors that influence the processes and outcomes of teams charged with integrating air, land, and maritime forces. Factors of interest include, but are not limited to:

• Team structure
• Work processes
• Information and data technologies
• Individual differences
• Environmental and operational stressors on the command team
• National and organizational cultures

Submission Deadline: 31 August 2010
Draft papers must be submitted by close of business on 8/31/10 to our Guest Editor, Stuart Grant at

For formatting guidelines and policies regarding our evaluation process and related matters, please visit the IC2J Author Information Center:

For additional information or comments, please contact us via email at

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