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Transforming to effects-based operations

Andrew M. Dorman

Transforming to effects-based operations

lessons from the United Kingdom experience

by Andrew M. Dorman

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Published by Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College in Carlisle, PA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Army -- Reorganization.,
  • Military doctrine -- Great Britain -- History -- 20th century.,
  • Operational art (Military science),
  • Combined operations (Military science)

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    The author examines the extent to which the United Kingdom (UK) has transitioned to effects-based operations to ascertain: (1) Areas where the U.S. Army could draw lessons from UK policies; (2) Areas where the U.S. Army and the British Ministry of Defence could develop integrated or complementary approaches and doctrines towards transformation for future alliance/coalition operations; and (3) Implications for the U.S. Army for working with the UK. This monograph is subdivided into four parts. Section 1 is a review of the evolution of British defence policy since the end of the Cold War and evaluates the degree to which it has adopted an effects based approach. Section 2 examines the British operational experience since the end of the Cold War including an analysis of the lessons learned and its experiences of working with allies. Section 3 analyses the UK"s capability development through its doctrine and acquisition strategies. Section 4 evaluates the implications of these findings for the U.S. Army and makes 17 main recommendations.

    Edition Notes

    StatementAndrew M. Dorman.
    ContributionsArmy War College (U.S.). Strategic Studies Institute.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsU167.5.E35 D676 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 63 p. ;
    Number of Pages63
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19521489M
    ISBN 101584873388
    ISBN 109781584873389
    LC Control Number2008612633

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    Table of Contents. Introduction: Revolutions in Military Affairs: Theory and Applicability to Small Armed Forces Bernard Loo and Transformation in Military Affairs Eliot Cohen hnology, Military Transformation and the Future of War Christopher Coker ng the Revolution in Military Affairs Ron Matthews Essentials of Effects Based Operations Joshua Ho 5. Effects Based Operations and the Battle of the Atlantic militaries around the world are transforming themselves, This book, The Agile Organization, explores the nature and behaviors of different kinds of networked enterprises and their implications for military organizations. The authorsCited by:

    In recent years, effects-based planning and assessment has moved from doctrinal debate into operational implementation by the U.S. military. Although strategies to implement Effects-Based Operations (EBO) vary among the combatant commands and services, each faces the difficult task of planning and assessing operations. Effects-Based Operations by Price T. Bingham 60 Operational Deception in the Information Age by Milan N. Vego 67 The Evolution of Peace Operations Doctrine by Richard B. Lovelock 74 Creating a New Path for Joint Education by Robert M. Antis and Claudia H. Clark 82 Recovering and Accounting for Prisoners of War and Missing Personnel by Thomas E File Size: 5MB.


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