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The Oahu Base Area Network
An overview of the Navy's Oahu Base area network (OBAN) to computerize the U.S. Pacific Fleet.
# 53897 | 2,149 words | 3 sources | APA | 2004 | US
Published on Nov 30, 2004 in Computer and Technology (General)

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This paper examines and discusses the Navy's decision to build the largest local area network (LAN) connecting the U.S. Pacific Fleet using information-gathering techniques and design methods. It looks at how the system has the capacity to connect sailors and marines within the 102-million square miles of the Pacific Fleet's command coverage and how it will provide the indispensable access for supplying and training the U.S. Navy. It explores how the advantages of this system will be far-reaching, and the Naval force involved will have way into the radical advantages of the digital world.

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