hopping, but does not include off-line monitoring, update, query, and analysis of battle asset status, or off-battlefield communications. Thus, the range of"warfighting command, control, and communications (C3I) applications" is narrower than previous categorizations such as "C3I" or "mission-critical."

The scope of warfighting applications also does not include associated support software for test, simulation, training, off-line analysis, maintenance, and diagnostics.



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