By researching Desert Storm, I have found there is an EXCALIBUR Archivist Project, through the US Army
Research Lab, using Cray Super Computers. It is a Tape media, with special commands and the User Guide is online.
The US Army Research Lab is Headquarter in MD, but they have branches listed on wiki. Also a branch in Orlando Florida by CENTCOM, which is most likely NASA Kennedy Space Center. They have a branch at NASA Glenn in Ohio.
They scan everything before it goes to NARA. They have been doing it since 1994. The US Army Research Lab was activated in 1992. I wish I had one super computer, because it would help me find the missing Desert Storm NBC Logs. But they cost 500 thousand dollars. Your map is most likely digitized, and at one of the Cray sites, if NARA had access then you could find it. Do you remember the Legend of Excalibur?
The problem with the EXCALIBUR Project,is that it may brake the "chain of custody" to NARA.
Records and data can be scanned and then lost or destroyed. NARA does not receive the complete evidence.
So their archive is incomplete and does not portray the actual evidence of history.
NARA should have access to the Cray Super Computer that digitizes and stores all the media.
Imagine all the things NARA never received? The chain of custody is important and is always a
major legal matter. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency does a lot of ocean topography
and research. But the map was most likely scanned into Excalibur or a Naval equivalent.
I will search the web for the Naval Cray sites.
The Map may be buried in stone, and only one chosen person can remove it.
NARA has a new Charter for Change, and organizational structure which has a goal
to digitize the holdings by 2019. The only problem, is that everything has been scanned to
the Crays since 1994. The physical records have already been scanned, then shipped to NARA.
Just think of all the information that has never made it to the Archive? But I still have hope
for the future. The Legend of Excalibur is also interesting.
Army Research Lab Sites, why isn't Orlando Florida listed? Near CENTCOM, and Kennedy Space Center?
Naval Research Lab
Which one is better?