LEAD GET OUT OF THE WAY: Winning the Millennium War

Edwards, Mark
April 2008
U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Apr2008, Vol. 134 Issue 4, p16
Conference Proceeding
The article presents the author's views about the changes in the functioning of the U.S. Navy with rapidly changing technologies and systems. The author says that the Navy must adapt its capabilities within a wonderland of highly dynamic and rapidly changing technologies and systems that will completely redefine what it means to go to war. The author also says that for affordability alone, the Navy must adopt a new way of thinking and transform its network architecture.


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