blue commander

blue commander

The officer designated to exercise operational control over blue forces for a specific period during an exercise.
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In principle, the BLUE commander and staff members could use the Knowledge Wall simultaneously and independently, as dictated by each individual's needs.
The BLUE commander was able to offload the preppositioning material to TLSVs, which quickly delivered it.
forces toppled Saddam Hussein, Blue commanders in the war game were unsuccessful in convincing the local population that they should support the invading force and its plan to install a more secular and moderate government.
He deceived blue by creating so much confusion that, even though blue had sophisticated sensors, its information pipelines were overloaded, and blue commanders had difficulty understanding what they were seeing.
The Blue commanders, meanwhile, are drawing some of their own lessons from the Sumisia operation.
Blue commanders also emphasized the need to understand the rules of engagement in peacekeeping operations.