Software improves accuracy, quickens air war planning

WASHINGTON -- Col. Jon Krenkel, commander of the Air Force's Command and Control Battlelab, points out features of the master air attack plan toolkit. The toolkit is a new suite of software tools designed to make production of the MAAP and the subsequent air tasking order quicker and less prone to error. The MAAP toolkit was used successfully at the 2002 Joint Expeditionary Forces Experiment at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Todd Lopez)

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