Krepinevich Jr., Andrew F.
January 2001
Naval War College Review;Winter2001, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p76
Academic Journal
Determines how the United States military will proceed with military experimentation needed to acquire the systems for operating effectively against possible threats. Critical benefits of experimentation for both defense planners and those concerned with fiscal accountability; Characteristics of a viable experimentation initiative.


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