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The Joint MLS Technology Insertion Program was established by the Joint Staff J6 in January 1990. A key component of the Joint MLS program is the DoD testbed at Military Airlift command (MAC). Scott Air Force Base (AFB), Illinois. The testbed is addressing critical secure system integration issues associated with expediting the deployment of MLS capabilities and components into operational command and control (C2) systems. The paper discusses the activities, successes, and challenges associated with the testbed activities at MAC

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Computer Security Applications Conference, 1991. Proceedings., Seventh Annual

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2-6 Dec 1991

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