What Role Can Land-Based, Multi-Domain Anti-Access/Area Denial Forces Play in Deterring or Defeating Aggression
RAND Corporation Santa Monica United States
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This report documents the results of the RAND Arroyo Center project entitled Strategic and Service Implications of Developing and Deploying Land-Based A2AD Systems by the U.S. Army. The objective of this study was to examine how fielding land-based anti-accessarea denial A2AD capabilities would affect regional, political, economic, and military dimensions of relations in key regions, as well as what would need to be done to establish appropriate force structure, doctrine, concept of operations, and other requirements to supportcounter-A2AD strategy. This report examines concepts for employing land-based, multi-domain A2AD forces to deter or defeat aggression in the western Pacific, European littoral areas, and the Persian Gulf.
- Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics
- Defense Systems