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Debrief has been created to perform a variety of functions related to maritime tactical analysis, ranging from detailed analysis requiring accurate calculation and presentation of bearing and bearing rates, through the collation of graphical information to produce a plot for insertion into an analysis report, to the recording of animated dynamic sequences for replay in a presentation. The tool was originally produced in the mid 90s to support submarine analysis, but has been expanded since 2005 to support surface and airborne analysis. In its current version Debrief provides little support for analysis of land-based exercises.

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30 Day Summary

Feb 17 2018 — Mar 19 2018

12 Month Summary

Mar 19 2017 — Mar 19 2018
  • 1673 Commits
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