Mission Command: Addressing Challenges and Sharing Insights

October 2013
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;2013 4th Quarter, Issue 71, p103
The article offers operational-level insight into the mission command and cross-domain synergy which provides a framework for globally integrated operations of the army. It describes how army commanders use command and control to make decisions, direct action, and accomplish missions. Topics include best practices observed in mission command, decentralization and empowerment of subordinates, and deployable training.


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