DSB Task Force Report on Air Dominance: Executive Summary
DEFENSE SCIENCE BOARD WASHINGTON DC WASHINGTON DC United States
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In October 2014, the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics USDAT and L directed the Defense Science Board DSB to conduct a study to 11consider the most effective science, technology, capability and systems for maintaining air dominance beyond the next decade.1The areas to be addressed included The projected threat environment that will shape requirements for air dominance The nature of air dominance and the essential objectives to maintain it Effective system strategies for advancing critical technologies and capabilities to ensure resilience in an increasingly competitive, congested, and contested operational environment The critical enabling concepts of operations, doctrine and policy, and tactics, techniques, and procedures optimized for the recommended critical technologies and capabilities.
- Attack and Fighter Aircraft
- Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics