US Army White Paper - Concepts for the Objective Force
United States. Department of the Army
This white paper elaborates on Army transformation and the Objective Force - how the Army operated as the land component of America's joint warfighting team. "It is intended for leaders within the U.S. Government, the defense establishment, industry, and the academic and intellectual communities. This paper also provides a broad description of the advanced capabilities and core technologies needed to enable the Objective Force government, defense industry and scientific community use. Finally, it is intended for use by our soldiers and leaders as they set the condition for irreversible momentum to the Objective Force."
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  • Publisher
    United States. Department of the Army
  • Date
  • Copyright
    Public Domain
  • Retrieved From
    United States Army: www.army.mil/
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  • Subjects
    Military/Defense policy and doctrine
    Military/Military roles
    Military/War and warfare

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