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Analysis of Strategy and Strategies of Analysis

Political Science - 2008 - 76 pages
In a fluid global security environment such as ours, assessing the costs, risks, and likely consequences of alternative national defense strategies is as hard as it is ...
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Portfolio-Analysis Methods for Assessing Capability Options

Paul K. Davis, Russell D. Shaver, Justin Beck - Political Science - 2008 - 202 pages
An analytical framework and methodology for capability-area reviews is described, along with new tools to support capabilities analysis and strategic-level defense planning in ...
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A New Division of Labor: Meeting America's Security Challenges Beyond Iraq

Andrew R. Hoehn - History - 2007 - 112 pages
A new U.S. grand strategy has been emerging, one that requires not only resources but patience and commitment: the promotion of democracy and freedom abroad. The U.S. armed ...
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What it Takes: Air Force Command of Joint Operations

Michael Spirtas, Thomas-Durell Young, S. Rebecca Zimmerman - Political Science - 2009 - 110 pages
When appropriate, the U.S. Air Force needs to be prepared to supply joint task force (JTF) headquarters. The authors discuss the theory and practice of JTFs, survey command ...
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Theory and Methods for Supporting High Level Military Decisionmaking

Paul K. Davis, James P. Kahan - Business & Economics - 2007 - 77 pages
This report describes an approach to high-level decision support that deals explicitly with uncertainty in effects-based operations or planning future forces with the methods ...
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Capabilities-Based Planning for Energy Security at Department of Defense ...

Constantine Samaras, Henry H. Willis - Business & Economics - 2013 - 60 pages
Department of Defense (DoD) installations rely on the commercial electricity grid for 99 percent of their electricity needs, but extensive energy delivery outages in 2012 have ...
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