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WHOSE RESPONSIBILITY IS INTEROPERABILITY?  By John R Deni

In early April, General Phil Breedlove, the Presidents nominee to take over U.S. European Command (EUCOM) who was recently confirmed by the U.S. Senate, was asked at his confirmatin hearing about the most important lessons learned from 10 years of NATO operations in Afghanistan ...Read more >

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DOD NEEDS TO IMPROVE PROCESS FOR ENSURING INTEROPERABILITY OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS SWITCHES  

DOD does not have a well-defined process, including clear requirements, for certifying and authorizing telecommunications (telecom) switches. DODs process is not fully documented, current, or complete.Additionally, the process lacks an effective enforcement mechanism. Asa result, DOD is increasing the risk that its certification and authorization process will be applied inconsistently and that the department telecommunications will experience future interoperability problems.DOD attributed ...Read more >

101 Pages
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HEZBOLLAH : OPERATIONAL ART IN FOURTH GENERATION WARFARE  

Fourth generation warfare, or the irregular warfare involving non-state actors, is becoming the new threat upon which the study of operational art should be applied. By applying the design elements from Joint Publication 3-0 to both Hezbollah and Israel in the Second Lebanon War, a real world case study can be made to these tenets. This paper starts with an examination of Hezbollah and the events precipitating the capture of the two Israeli reservists to find the motivation for their actions. ...Read more >

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DECISION-CENTRIC WARFARE : READING BETWEEN THE LINES OF NETWORK-CENTRIC WARFARE  

Network-Centric Warfare (NCW), as it has come to be called, is here to stay. While the benefits are proving to be many, there are also potential risks that can adversely affect operational leadership. Increasingly, commanders today must be aware of how the effects of information overload, instantaneous communications and increased opportunities to insert themselves in levels of war outside their traditional sphere of influence can have a bearing on their decision-making. NCWs very name has a ...Read more >

26 Pages
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INTEROPERABILITY CONFERENCE  

8 Pages
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INTEROPERABILITY  

11 Pages
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INTEROPERABILITY  

25 Pages
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ARRMY KNOWLLEDGE MANAGEMENTT  

20 Pages
3.40 MB
INTEROPERABILITY THE CHALLENGE  

In contrast with the past Cold War eras even features, the operational environment turns in a growing and accelerating spiral of transformations that precludes from visualizing which military capabilities are going to be actually required tomorrow. Even worse, given the unpredictable peaks and dents currently affecting force commitment conditions, this is anything but a linear evolution. This is a serious problem since equipment programs are inevitably of a protracted nature and there must be ...Read more >

120 Pages
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INTEROPERABLE COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS : GOVERNANCE AND RISK  

This thesis explores how shared governance mitigates risk related to multi-agency, multi-discipline interoperable radio communications projects. Case study research focused on two California counties, Marin and Monterey, to discover how shared governance emerged to mitigate financial, managerial and discipline ...Read more >

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