Change Is Possible & Imperative

Blair, Admiral Dennis C.
May 2001
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;May2001, Vol. 127 Issue 5, p46
Conference Proceeding
Highlights an essay written by Admiral Dennis C., Blair of U.S. Navy, which advocates for change in military strategy and technology. Factors which necessitates changes in the armed forces; Effect of information technology on the warfare of 21st century; Defense reform initiative decisions taken by Department of Defense; Use of improvised information system to plan coordinated aircraft and Tomahawk missile attacks.


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