Operation-Centric Thinking

Schelleis, Martin
July 2010
Military Technology;2010, Vol. 34 Issue 7, p142
The article focuses on the importance of having an operation-centric thinking in response to the challenges regarding operational capabilities in airspace of the Armed Forces of Germany. It mentions the significance of the Luftwaffe in providing assets that deliver effects on the air forces supporting joint operations and political decision making process. It notes the demand of broad capability range of military forces including air power, transport and operations.


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