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Windows 7 ARC GAMER Edition X86 Integrated ML-2010 Pre-Activated [PORTABLE]



DESCRIPTION: To defeat near-peer adversaries in contested environments, the United State Air Force (USAF) will operate from an expeditionary position requiring significant resiliency and agility. Agile Combat Employment (ACE) is an operational concept that employs a network of existing bases and austere locations to deliver combat power to support expeditionary missions. Combat forces at these bases must be agile and be able to respond quickly with significantly reduced infrastructure and force footprint. Airmen operating at these austere forward operating locations, because of the reduced personnel footprint, will need to be multi-capable (i.e., able to perform multiple tasks across platforms and across specialties.) To enable that capability, the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) has embarked on an applied research program called Just-in-time, Multi-mission airmen/warfighters (JITMMA/W), an integrated capability to support deployed personnel performing a wider variety of mission tasks across traditional AFSC and expertise boundaries. A technology gaps that exists within the JITMMA/W space is that of intelligent and naturalistic user/technology interfaces. Airman who will be supporting ACE tasks in forward and potentially austere locations will need user interfaces to be as easy to use as possible, to include user interfaces that require no manual control, given the likelihood that their hands will not be always available for interface navigation activities. In addition, the control and display hardware for these human-machine interfaces may not be known at the time the content is developed and the presentation modes may be undetermined.




Windows 7 ARC GAMER Edition x86 Integrated ML-2010 Pre-Activated



DESCRIPTION: To defeat near-peer adversaries in contested environments, the United State Air Force (USAF) will operate from an expeditionary position requiring significant resiliency and agility. Agile Combat Employment (ACE) is an operational concept that employs a network of existing bases and austere locations to deliver combat power to support expeditionary missions. Combat forces at these bases must be agile and be able to respond quickly with significantly reduced infrastructure and force footprint. Airmen operating at these austere forward operating locations, because of the reduced personnel footprint, will need to be multi-capable (i.e., able to perform multiple tasks across platforms and across specialties.) To enable that capability, the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) has embarked on an applied research program called Just-in-time, Multi-mission airmen/warfighters (JITMMA/W), an integrated capability to support deployed personnel performing a wider variety of mission tasks across traditional AFSC and expertise boundaries. A technology gap that exists within the JITMMA/W space is that of agile intelligent delivery of training content to the tactical edge. Airman who will be supporting ACE tasks in forward and potentially austere locations will need the appropriate training content/courseware (i.e., lessons, demonstrations, assessments, etc.) available where and when they need it, regardless of connectivity to larger networks and data stores (e.g., cloud). These technologies will also need to tailor content delivery to the specific mission and airman requirements (such as familiarization training, differences training, etc.)


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