What Force and Metrics for What End - Characterizing the Future Leadership and Force
PROGRAM EXECUTIVE OFFICE INTEGRATED WARFARE SYSTEMS WASHINGTON DC
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The challenge of the uncertain future causes many aspects of the military, indeed including the government as a whole, to be re-examined to determine what type of leadership and forces are needed for that uncertain future. Many of the preparations and transformation efforts focus on the systems and equipment that will be used and employed that is appropriate, up to a point. There is some discussion and analysis done on the teams, social interactions and coordination of the operators of those systems in many venues beyond the Command and Control Research Program CCRP. This paper will explore several factors which are not regularly placed on the table with the hardware and systems ethics, spectrum of education, empowerment and accountability, and, capability and coordination of actions for what objective the largest common good what interaction points forces, locations, and entities which generate limited common good and, suggested metric general four-level framework of relative values, melded to the above items.
- Military Forces and Organizations
- Command, Control and Communications Systems