Objective Force Needs High-Speed Strategic Lift and Leader Development

Caldwell, Jim
January 2001
Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin;Jan-Sep2001, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p63
Focuses on the need for strategic air and sealift and leader development at the Objective Force of the United States Army. Plans for the objective force; Military operation of objective force units; Transformation war game developed.


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