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Wright Flyer Paper : Tracking Next–Generation Automatic Identification Technology into 2035, Vol. 46

By Major Richard N Holifield, Jr., USAF

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Title: Wright Flyer Paper : Tracking Next–Generation Automatic Identification Technology into 2035, Vol. 46  
Author: Major Richard N Holifield, Jr., USAF
Volume: 46
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Military Science, Radio Frequency
Collection: Authors Community
Subcollection: Technology
Historic
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Publisher: Air University Press
Member Page: Air University Press

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This paper explores the advances in automatic identification technology, specifically radio frequency identification, and seeks to exploit these capabilities for use in the Department of Defense (DOD) supply chain. Using technological trends, a thorough literature review, and the opinions of experts, the paper compares current technology to a 2035 requirements forecast to identify capability gaps. The end goal is logistics situational awareness, whereby the DOD has the ability to provide end-to-end visibility throughout its supply chain and can rapidly mobilize, deploy, sustain, and redeploy forces in support of national security objectives.

 

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