"During the 2005 hurricane season, the devastating Gulf Coast storms stressed the information networks supporting civilian and military responders. During this period of crisis the new Area Security Operations Command & Control (ASOCC) system was extensively used to support preparedness and recovery operations and was one of the few systems that was widely usable to both civilians and military and allowed 'real time' exchange of information and status reporting. The experiences gained during these operations have generated significant 'lessons learned' for homeland defense and military operations in response to both natural disasters and terrorism. This is particularly true for the information systems that are needed to support such operations."
Lessons Learned Information Sharing (LLIS)