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Preparing military forces for integrated operations in the face of uncertainty

David C Gompert

Preparing military forces for integrated operations in the face of uncertainty

by David C Gompert

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Published by RAND in Santa Monica, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Combined operations (Military science),
  • Unified operations (Military science),
  • Command and control systems -- United States,
  • United States -- Armed Forces -- Organization,
  • United States -- Armed Forces -- Operational readiness,
  • United States -- Military policy

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDavid C. Gompert
    SeriesIssue paper / RAND -- IP-250-OSD, Issue paper (Rand Corporation) -- IP-250-OSD
    ContributionsNational Defense Research Institute (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination15, [1] p. :
    Number of Pages15
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15395380M

      1. Sources of uncertainty in the organizational environment By, Prayag C 2. Organizational Uncertainty The ever-changing environment of an organization creates uncertainty Uncertainty can pose either opportunities or challenges that an .   Military planners, facing continued political uncertainty, have set in motion a plan designed to give NATO’s political leadership maximum flexibility, senior officials said.

    Operational Logistics: The Art and Science of Sustaining Military Operations explores military logistics in phrases of the theoretical foundations of operational logistics (OpLog) and its functions. The theoretical foundations are examined with regard to 2 dimensions. 1. Combat and Operational Behavioral Health: An Update to an Old History 3 Elspeth Cameron Ritchie and Christopher G. Ivany 2. US Army Psychiatry Legacies of the Vietnam War 9 Norman M. Camp 3. Preparation for Deployment: Improving Resilience 43 Patricia Watson, Brett Litz, Steven Southwick, and Elspeth Cameron Ritchie Size: 2MB.

    Interoperability is basically defined as systems, units or forces providing services to and accepting services from other systems, units or forces, and using those exchanged services to enable effective operations. In the European theater, these types of exchanges happen on a daily basis under the watchful eyes of our Army NCOs.   Mattis Looks to Ease Strain on Special Forces in Army Gen. Raymond A. Thomas III, commander of U.S. Special Operations Command, .


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Preparing military forces for integrated operations in the face of uncertainty by David C Gompert Download PDF EPUB FB2

Preparing Military Forces for Integrated Operations in the Face of Uncertainty This issue paper presents a concept for improving both how the US military assembles forces for integrated joint operations in an uncertain security environment and how it transforms forces to exploit technology and meet long-term needs.

The author suggests a. Preparing Military Forces for Integrated Operations in the Face of Uncertainty RAND issue papers explore topics of interest to the policymaking community. Although issue papers are formally reviewed, authors have substantial latitude to express provocative views without doing full justice to other perspectives.

The views and conclusionsFile Size: KB. Get this from a library. Preparing military forces for integrated operations in the face of uncertainty. [David C Gompert; National Defense Research Institute (U.S.)] -- This issue paper presents a concept for improving both how the US military assembles forces for integrated joint operations in an uncertain security environment and how it transforms forces to.

of uncertainty; three-quarters of the factors on which action in war is based are wrapped in a fog of greater or lesser uncertainty.” 1. Army leaders know they must prepare forces to face uncertainty across the range of military operations.

This article discusses how to accomplish this preparation so. Fred Pushies has skimmed across the waves with SEALs in an eighty-two-foot-long Mark V Special Operations craft, flown at treetop level with the th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, and crunched through the brush with Force Recon Marines.

He's the author of more than a dozen books about US special ops and several Zenith Press titles, including MARSOC: US Marine Corps Special /5(11). The military promotes active learning and educating in a number of ways.

First, military academies, think-tanks and academic journals work hand-in-hand to foster knowledge, raise questions and spark debates. Second, the military accepts that humans sometimes make mistakes, and encourages commanders to allow subordinates to learn from them.

Special operations forces establish the first community defense initiative site July at Nili Village, Daykundi Province, Afghanistan.

Successful accomplishment of what is now commonly known as village stability operations requires mastery of the competencies taught at the U.S. Army’s Civil Affairs Qualification Course and validated during the Sluss-Tiller exercise.

Operations Research Department. Naval Postgraduate School. Monterey, CA Uncertainty is a fundamental characteristic of warfare. Military decision makers confront uncertainty when the data they encounter are incomplete (missing), ambiguous, or conflicting.

This study examined how different categories of uncertaintyCited by: 6. Joint Publication“Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms,” defines it as “the application of creative imagination by commanders and staffs — supported by their skill, knowledge, and experience — to design strategies, campaigns, and major operations and organize and employ military forces.” This definition is too narrow.

As a part of the military element of national power, ations Forces U.S. Special Oper (SOF) have relevance in these global activitiesinfluence.

Although SOF have had an increasingly prominent role in the military element of national power, recent SOF operations have focused on activities thatcertain use only a portion the SOF of toolkitFile Size: KB. Ap Sustaining operations during the COVID pandemic (Article 1) Ap Red Currahee sustain readiness through virtual training Ap New York National Guard.

Overall, any Osprey publication like Special Operations Forces In Iraq is really a basic beginners book on a military topic.

There was a large deployment of Coalition special forces during and after the invasion of Iraq, something that has not been written about in much depth/5(10). is a platform for academics to share research papers.

The B and Jet Propulsion: A Case Study in Organizational Innovation is a coherent and nonpolemical discussion of the revolution in military affairs, a hot topic in the national security arena.

Mark Mandeles examines an interesting topic, how can the military better understand, manage, and evaluate technological development programs. The end of the Cold War ushered the United States into a period of far greater uncertainty.

In her research at the Wilson Center, Fellow Emily Goldman is exploring what the United States' military strategy should look like when "threats are low, when the security environment is uncertain, and when the imperatives of the international system are far more indeterminate.".

Theater strategy – Concepts and courses of action directed toward securing the objectives of national and multinational policies and strategies through the synchronized and integrated employment of military forces and other instruments of national power; Zerg - To overwhelm a base by sending all available units, in hopes to overwhelm their base.

Defense Science Board, “Enhancing Adaptability of U.S. Military Forces,” Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics, Janp.

vii. “The central idea of this book concerns our blindness with respect to randomness, particularly the large deviations Black Swans being unpredictable, we need to.

The US Military Operations You Didn’t Know Existed Despite claims that our presence in Africa is miniscule, the US military has recently been involved in at least 49 of the 54 nations on the. The only certainty about the future of the military is uncertainty; to paraphrase the headline for a piece Micah Zenko wrote inthe U.S.

military is “% right 0% of the time.”[15] Even so, there are at least three broad areas that military leaders should key in on: the specialty-immaterial development of military leaders, the need Author: Johnathon Parker. Command and control is the exercise of authority and direction by a properly designated commander over assigned and attached forces in the accomplishment of a mission.

Commanders perform. Nations are increasingly choosing to conduct military operations alongside coalition partners despite the fact that coalition warfare is extremely difficult to prosecute. What can we learn from past and present coalitions that can better prepare soldiers and policymakers for the next multilateral military operation?

Starting with the Napoleonic wars and continuing through to NATO in Cited by: 1. Academy of Military Sciences Operations Theory and Regulations Research Department and Informationalized Operations Theory Research Office, Informationalized Operations Theory Study .MILITARY REVIEW March-April Sluss-Tiller Tests the Cultural Competence Special Operations Forces Need Louise J.

Rasmussen, PhD The clock is creeping up on midnight in Pineland. The temperature has dropped what feels like forty degrees in just a few hours.

A four-man team huddles with their coaches outside a small cabin.