Pacing the Threat

April 2008
Sea Power;Apr2008, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p16
An interview with Vice Admiral Mark J. Edwards of the U.S. Navy, is presented. He explains the ability of navies in networks and communications to pace the threat. When asked about FORCEnet, Edwards describes that FORCEnet is a construct and warfighting principle that gives navies a way to analyze how they are doing against adversaries and to bring the results into the budget process. He also describes main obstacles to streamlining the Navy's command-and-control networks.


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