OFT Case Studies Aim to Codify Tenets of Networked Operations

Kime, Patricia
March 2004
Sea Power;Mar2004, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p21
Case Study
Presents case studies for network centric warfare commissioned by the Office of Force Transformation in the U.S. in order to understand the changes brought by technology to modern warfare. Examination of network use in the middle 1990s through the Joint Tactical Information and Distribution System Operational Special Project; Assessment of ground-to-ground warfare by Rand Corp. that involves the Army's Stryker brigades in the operational environment; Study on Navy Special Warfare Group One and other forces in cave-clearing operations.


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