Our graph theory-based algorithms can be used in military environments that can be modeled as points connected by links. This is true for almost any military situation that includes "man-in-the-loop" processes.
Wherever a military unit comes together to complete a task, our database algorithms can mine the dataset of interactions between individuals (or between individuals and systems). Our analysis of those interactions can tell you which individuals have the most experience either with other soldiers or with particular systems. We can also tell you which soldiers most improve the future performance of their fellow soldiers. It's nice to know which person performs the best on the battlefield, but wouldn't it be nice to also know which individual most improves the performance of the unit as a whole? We can tell you!