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Improved Operational Testing and Evaluation: And Methods of Combining Test Information for the Stryker Family of Vehicles and Related Army Systems: Phase 2 Report.

UG446

2004-297811

0-309-09102-0

Improved operational testing and evaluation; and methods of combining test information for the Stryker family of vehicles and related Army systems, phase 2 report.

Title main entry. National Research Council of the National Academies.

National Academies Press, [c]2004

216 p.

$46.25 (pa)

This report assesses the US Army's planned initial operational test and evaluation of Stryker vehicles, the intended platform for the Stryker Brigade Combat Team (SBCT), and argues for the use of information-combining techniques in the operational evaluation of Stryker and similar systems. Recommendations are given on test measures, statistical design, data analysis, and assessment of the Stryker/SBCT operational test in a broad context.
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