This 2002 Army Transformation Roadmap outlines our Transformation strategy and details how Army Transformation supports sustained progress toward the attainment of the six critical operational goals for Transformation stated in the 2001 Quadrennial Defense Review. It describes steps The Army is taking to create a culture of innovation that seeks to exploit and shape the changing conduct of military competition. The Army will explore new combinations of concepts, people, organizations, and technology in order to produce new or increased capabilities, protecting our Nation and the Joint Force against asymmetric threats. In short, we seek to institutionalize Transformation as a continuous process. Army Transformation, as part of the Department of Defense's transformation, requires a holistic approach to meeting the demands of the evolving National Security Strategy. As such, it includes a fundamental review of how The Army organizes staffs, equips, trains, and develops its leaders to execute its doctrine in the 21st century. Transformation is fundamentally about changing the way we deploy, fight, sustain, and use information. Transformation will provide new capabilities to the Joint Force Commander to enable the Joint Force to assure our allies and friends, dissuade military competition, deter aggression, and, if necessary, decisively defeat aggressors.
|Publisher:||United States. Department of the Army|
|Retrieved From:||Office of Force Transformation, http://www.oft.osd.mil/|