Synchronization, Balance and Coup D'oeil.
NAVAL WAR COLL NEWPORT RI DEPT OF OPERATIONS
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Synchronization was introduced into U. S, Army doctrine in 1980 to capture the idea of a higher order of sophistication in the application of combat power. Since then it has become the overarching operational concept of Joint Doctrine and an increasingly popular term in doctrinal jargon. Unfortunately, it is just another term for coordination and a source of ambiguity. Some contend that it is just another term for coordination and fail to conceptualize the terms doctrinal implication. Others argue that it is a disguise for centralized control and is, therefore, diametrically opposed to initiative and decentralized execution. MM
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