Command and Control Science

Command and Control Science deals mainly with the formulation of goals, as well as the selection, coordination and direction of resources for attaining goals in time-limited activities that often imply risks for those involved.

These goals may demand a series of activities (such as in a command at the operational level), or in an individual activity (such as in a command at the tactical level). Important examples are command and control in armed combat, in a military context, and command and control in rescue operations during accidents and disasters.