Welcome to The Technical Cooperation Program
The Technical Cooperation Program (TTCP) is an international organization that collaborates in defence scientific and technical information exchange; program harmonization and alignment; and shared research activities for the five nations.
The overview covers some historical background, the aims of the program, and how TTCP is organized. The functional activities of TTCP are described, as well as the definition of TTCP technology demonstrators. A downloadable document: "TTCP '101' - A Beginner's Guide to The Technical Cooperation Program" is also available.
Guidance documents for TTCP may be
found here. These include introductory documents as well as the policy
and procedures documents for TTCP.
Available downloads include the TTCP Guide for Understanding and Implementing Defense Experimentation (GUIDEx)
and the TTCP Roster forms.
This page contains TTCP technical documents of broad interest.
The tasks of TTCP are carried out within the 11 Groups described on this page.
This page lists the contact details for the TTCP Washington Deputies and Secretariat.
TTCP liaises with other military research agencies and standardization groups to reduce duplication of effort.
A broad array of links related
to the various aspects of TTCP.
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