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Frequently Asked Questions
About AUTODIN, DTH, DMS
 
   

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Below are some of the FAQ's that will be answered on this page and subsequent pages in the "FAQ" section of ALP.

AUTODIN - CONUS - General
Who was the prime contractor on the project?
Who were some of the major supporting contractors?
What branch of Government was AUTODIN originally developed for?
What where the predecessor systems of AUTODIN?
What was Plan 55?
What was ComLogNet?
What was AFDATACOM?
When was the AUTODIN System design started.
Who were the major players in the initial AUTODIN Air Force Planning Group?
Where were the five original AUTODIN Switching Centers (ASC's) located, and when were they operational?
What architecture and manufacturer were the original ASC main computers based on?
Who designed and Implemented the very first computer software program for AUTODIN's main processor, and what company did those programmers form sometime later?
Who was the primary Air Force representative and contact for AUTODIN?
Who were the five original ASC's Military OIC's?
Who were the original five ASC's Civilian OIC's?
Who were the five original ASC's Western Union Site Managers?
Who were the original ASC's Western Union Assistant Site Managers?
What was E-mod (E-MOD)?
What was the first major E-mod performed on the original ASC's?
When did the CONUS AUTODIN major expansion begin, and where the Expansion ASC's located?
Who were the original Military OIC's of the expansion ASC's?
Who were the original Civilian OIC's of the expansion ASC's?
Who were the original ASC's Western Union Site Managers?
Who were the original ASC's Assistant Western Union Site Managers?
... more later !!
AUTODIN - OS (Overseas)
To be continued ...
Technical
To be continued ...

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