Vego, Milan N.
April 2006
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;Spring2006, Issue 41, p51
The article focuses on the military effects-based operations which has raised controversial topics in the U.S. Armed Forces. Sources say that the concept has been developed by the U.S. Joint Forces Command to the same degree as the Standing Joint Force Headquarters. Some insist that it is merely a supplemental methodology and a conceptual construct.


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