President's notes

Cebrowski, Arthur K.
March 1999
Naval War College Review;Spring99, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p4
Academic Journal
Presents the opening remarks of the three-day war game on Network-Centric Warfare and C2 Implications at the Naval War College on November 3, 1998 in Newport, Rhode Island. Discussion on command and control tactics; Impact of technological advancements on military weapons; Significance of strategic-concepts in naval war games.


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