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Strategy
RSTA MISSION AREAS AND TASKS  

RSTA operations are used within broad strategic, operational, and tactical areas. Reference mission areas and the manner in which the products are used are not meant to categorize types of systems as strategic, operational, or tactical. They illustrate RSTA support at the various levels of war and establish the scope of application for the products of those operations. ...Read more >

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STRATEGIC SIGNIFICANCE OF THE ANDAMANS   

Indias first unified command of the three services and the Coast Guard that was created in the Union Territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands completed one year of its formation on October 8, 2002. According to the Chief of the Naval Staff, Madhvendra Singh, the unified command, headed by a three-star military officer, Vice-Admiral Arun Prakash, is doing "exceedingly well". Because of its operations, there has been a steady reduction of incidents of gun running and poaching in the Islands. As ...Read more >

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360-DEGREE ASSESSMENTS : ARE THEY THE RIGHT TOOL FOR THE U.S MILITARY ?  By Chaitra M. Hardison

360-degree assessments (360s)—in which employees receive feedback from supervisors, subordinates, and peers—have become popular personnel management tools. The most common use of 360s is as a feedback and development ...Read more >

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WG 6-13 CTOC WARGAME ANALYSIS STRATEGIC WARGAMING SERIES  

The United States Northern Command, the United States Southern Command, and the United States Special Operations Command are collectively pursuing more effective means of supporting the Nation and its international partners in combating transnational organized crime. ...Read more >

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IRAQI FUTURES ANALYSIS STRATEGIC WARGAMING SERIES   By Carlisle Barracks

On 6-7 November 2013, the U.S. Army War College Center for Strategic Leadership and Development (CSLD) conducted an unclassified tabletop exercise (TTX) to develop insights into how the combatant commander and the Army can use the ...Read more >

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STRATEGIC LANDPOWER IN THE INDO-ASIA-PACIFIC  By John R. Deni

The US Army has a major, strategic role to play in the Indo-Asia-Pacific theater. That role can be broken down into three broad areas—bolstering defense of allies and deterring ...Read more >

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IMPROVING STRATEGIC COMPETENCE  By Linda Robinson

The United States and many of its closest allies have been engaged in a long period of continuous military operations with mixed success in confronting a range of complex and dynamic threats. ...Read more >

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IRAN, EVOLVING THREATS,AND STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP IN THE GULF  By H. Cordesman

Internal ethnic and sectarian tensions, civil conflict, continued instability, failed governance and economy.Syrian civil war. Iraq, Lebanon, “Shi’ite ...Read more >

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WG 6-13 CTOC WARGAME ANALYSIS STRATEGIC WARGAMING SERIES  By Barry R. McCaffrey

The United States Northern Command, the United States Southern Command, and the United States Special Operations Command are collectively pursuing more effective means of supporting the ...Read more >

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A STRATEGY FOR DEFEATING ISIS IN SYRIA AND IRAQ   By Max Boot

The takeover of a vest swathe of territory in Iraq and Syria by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). ISIS, once known as Al Qaeda in Iraq has recently renamed itself the Islamic State and proclaimed a fundamentalist. ...Read more >

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