In this paper, we introduce the CASPER-West EO component to include a description of the operating area, major platforms and major instruments relevant to EO measurements, and sampling strategy. We show comparisons of the derived (Cn2) from scalar perturbation measurements, bulk model parameterization, and from concurrent scintillation measurements between the R/V Sally Ride and R/P FLIP. Slant path optical links between a remotely piloted hexa-copter and the R/P FLIP were also available. Both stable and unstable thermal stratifications of the MASL were encountered throughout the campaign and we will discuss the observed differences between the experiment and those from current similarity theories in these different stability conditions.
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