Accession Number : ADA549794


Title :   High Frontier: The Journal for Space and Missile Professionals. Volume 7, Number 1, November 2010


Descriptive Note : Journal


Corporate Author : AIR FORCE SPACE COMMAND PETERSON AFB CO


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/a549794.pdf


Report Date : Nov 2010


Pagination or Media Count : 57


Abstract : The Schriever Wargame series has been an incredible success for Air Force Space Command and the National Security Space community, to include our allied and commercial space partners. The series has evolved from the first game in 2001, and has grown both in sophistication and participation. This year, 550 military and civilian experts from more than 30 government agencies and the countries of Australia, Canada, and Great Britain participated in the wargame. The Title 10 wargame series provides an opportunity to examine issues surrounding space policy and rules of engagement and to explore organizational alternatives. As a result, we have a greater understanding of the issues related to conflicts that involve space and cyberspace and we are developing a cadre of military and civilian members who are fluent in these issues in relation to the needs of combatant commanders. The articles in this edition provide a multi-dimensional view of major lessons learned during the wargame. It is important to note that the Schriever Wargame series is more expansive than the gameplay at Nellis AFB. The initial interaction for SW 10 began in February 2010 with the Senior Leadership Seminar. This gathering of key government, allied, and industry leaders provided a venue to discuss the SW 10 scenario and to illuminate the key space and cyberspace issues that could influence policy and decision-making in a future conflict. This issue of the High Frontier Journal is a natural precursor to our next issue which will examine strategic space policy.


Descriptors :   *COMPUTER NETWORKS , *SPACE WARFARE , *WAR GAMES , DETERRENCE , JOINT MILITARY ACTIVITIES , LESSONS LEARNED , NATIONAL SECURITY , PLANNING , POLICIES , UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT


Subject Categories : Computer Systems
      Computer Systems Management and Standards
      Space Warfare


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE