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Alternative futures and their implications for Army modernization

Gordon, John

Alternative futures and their implications for Army modernization

by Gordon, John

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Published by Rand in Santa Monica, Calif .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • United States. Army.,
    • World politics -- 21st century.,
    • Military art and science -- United States -- Forecasting.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementJohn Gordon IV, Brian Nichiporuk.
      SeriesDocumented briefing ;, DB-395-A, Documented briefing (Rand Corporation) ;, DB-395-A.
      ContributionsNichiporuk, Brian, 1966-, Arroyo Center., United States. Army., Rand Corporation.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsUA25 .G67 2003
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 51 p. :
      Number of Pages51
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3730616M
      ISBN 100833033557
      LC Control Number2003384059

      Three plausible scenarios for the modernization of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) that result from these drivers are explored. Implications of these futures for regional dynamics, the international system, and U.S.-China strategic dynamics are considered. Submit your book and we will publish it for free. and technological drivers of PLA modernization; alternative futures for the PLA; and, implications for the region, world, and U.S.-China relations. The analysis provides an insightful perspective into the factors shaping and propelling the PLA’s modernization, its potential future.

        Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Brian Nichiporuk books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Alternative Futures and Their Implications for Army Modernization. Brian Nichiporuk. 01 Jan Paperback. unavailable. Full video of the May 4 event “Harbingers of Future War: Implications for the Army with Lieutenant General H.R. McMaste”, hosted at CSIS. For more on this event, visit KATHLEEN H Author: CSIS.

      April - June Future Combat Systems — Cornerstone of Army Modernization A_ALT_April-June 3/27/ PM Page 1.   How Modernization Plans Would Affect the Army’s Budget How Modernization Plans Would Affect the Army’s Ability to. Deploy Units Quickly How the Administration’s Plan Would Affect the Army’s Armored. Combat Vehicle Fleet Concerns Regarding the Army’s FCS Program 4 Alternative Approaches to Modernizing the Army’s.


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Santa Monica, Calif.: RAND, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource. Alternative Futures and Their Implications for Army Modernization [Nichiporuk, Brian, Gordon, John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Alternative Futures and Author: John Gordon. Having developed several plausible alternative futures (looking out roughly 25 years), the authors describe each one’s possible implications for the Army’s likely missions and the forces required for those missions, discussing the impact on Army modernization plans.

The futures range from a benign, relatively peaceful world all the way to a Cited by: 1. Alternative Futures and Their Implications for Army Modernization Planning April John Gordon IV and Brian Nichiporuk This briefing draws upon research conducted for the Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations and Plans (DCSOPS) at Headquarters, Department of the Army.

The research was part of a project on future force modernization. Read this book on Questia. Having developed several plausible alternative futures, the authors of this book describe each one's possible implications for the Army's likely missions and the forces required for those missions, discussing the impact on Army modernization plans.

Alternative Futures and Their Implications for Army Modernization May 1, by Brian Nichiporuk, John Gordon. Adapting the Army for this environment requires a clear modernization strategy and futures command that focuses the institutional Army and cultivates a culture of experimentation.

At present, Army leaders contemplating that future do not sit. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the : Naveed Mukhtar.

Title John Gordon to Andrew Jackson, Febru Contributor Names Jackson, Andrew (Correspondent) Gordon, John (Author). Army fields first Armored BCT with high-capacity network systems J What Soldiers need to know about multi-domain ops, modernization Ap Black Hawk aviation crews test new.

And the great CSIS report pointed out that the percentage of reduction in Army modernization is greater than at any time that we’re applied a so-called peace dividend – at the end of the Vietnam War, for example, at the end of the Cold War – but it’s exacerbated by the fact that in those other periods the Army had recently been.

The U.S. Army's modernization strategy has one focus: make Soldiers and units more lethal to win the nation's wars, and come home safely. The. Alternative futures and their implications for Army modernization / "Arroyo Center." "Prepared for the United States Army." Includes bibliographical references (p.

51). Also available in electronic form via the RAND Corporation Web site. Contributor: Gordon, John Date: The book addresses the uncertainty surrounding the potential direction of the PLA by examining three distinct focus areas: domestic, external, and technological drivers of PLA modernization; alternative futures for the PLA; and, implications for the region, world, and U.S.-China relations.

In Fighting for MacArthur, retired Army officer and university professor (Georgetown, George Mason) Dr. Gordon, earlier the author of Alternative Futures: Their Implications for Army Modernization, seeks to correct this oversight.

And an excellent job he does of it. The U.S. Army must not only consider how best to employ these advances in modernizing the force, but also the concomitant ethical, moral, and legal implications their use may present in the Operational Environment (see links to the newly published TRADOC PamphletThe Operational Environment and the Changing Character of Warfare, and the.

Read "The Chinese People's Liberation Army in China Future Military Modernization, PLA Innovation, Technology, Regional Issues, Global Expeditionary Force, East and South China Seas, Xi Jinping" by Progressive Management available from Rakuten Kobo.

This excellent report has been professionallBrand: Progressive Management. URBANIZATION AND MILITANT NETWORKS: AN ALTERNATIVE FUTURES ANALYSIS A Thesis submitted to the Faculty of The School of Continuing Studies and of The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in Liberal Studies By Anthony C.

McGinty, E.M.L. Georgetown University Washington, D.C. The Army is at ‘an inflection point,’ and modernizing is job No. 1 and priority No. But modernization will take every ounce of leaders' will and a massive culture change to the slowest, most hidebound acquisition system in DOD to make it a reality.

by Ms. Margaret C. Roth There’s a. Source: Yahoo [Editor’s Note: In the movie World War Z (I know the book was way better!), an Israeli security operative describes how Israel prepared for the coming zombie strategy was if nine men agreed on an analysis or a course of action, the tenth man had to take an alternative view.

This Devil’s Advocate or contrarian approach serves as a form of alternative analysis. Sure, the service can do and is doing a lot with its existing authorities, he said, such as create a Futures and Modernization Command (FMC), but comprehensive reform requires more.

In fact, Lt.Strategic Horizons: The Military Implications of Alternative Futures. Authored by Dr. Steven Metz. March 7, 57 Pages. Brief Synopsis. A year ago the Chief of Staff of the Army initiated the.U.S. Army Field Manual (FM)Staff Organization and Operations, gives suggestions, but no real guidance.2 To take full advantage of the Objective Force?s new capabilities, the Army needs a.