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APL environmental assessment for Navy anti-air warfare

@article{Rottier2001APLEA,
  title={APL environmental assessment for Navy anti-air warfare},
  author={J. Ross Rottier and John R. Rowland and Gerald C. Konstanzer and Julius Goldhirsh and George D. Dockery},
  journal={Johns Hopkins Apl Technical Digest},
  year={2001},
  volume={22},
  pages={447-461}
}
The role of the cce in environment in defense of U.S. Navy ships is amplified when they operate in coastal regions. To address this, APL has developed a unique capability to characterize critical aspects of the ocean environment, particularly those that impact Navy shipboard combat systems through their effects on microwave and infrared propagation. APL produces analysis techniques, instrumentation, models, simulations, and tactical decision aids that support a surface ship's defense against… 
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