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by Bruce R. Pirnie

eBook Beyond Close Air Support: Forging a New Air Ground Partnership epub
  • ISBN: 0833037412
  • Author: Bruce R. Pirnie
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Humanities
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Rand Publishing; 1 edition (April 15, 2005)
  • Pages: 214 pages
  • ePUB size: 1541 kb
  • FB2 size 1790 kb
  • Formats rtf azw mbr lit


Currently, only close air support is satisfactorily defined; interdiction is poorly defined; and strategic attack is barely mentioned.

3) How should ground maneuver/fires and air attack be deconflicted? . Bruce R. Pirnie, Alan J. Vick, +2 authors David T. Orletsky. oceedings{Pirnie2005BeyondCA, title {Beyond Close Air Support: Forging a New Air Ground Partnership}, author {Bruce R. Pirnie and Alan J. Vick and Adam R. Grissom and Karl H. Prof. M{"u}ller and David T. Orletsky}, year {2005} }. Abstract : Recent operations in Afghanistan and Iraq have reawakened interest in counterland operations.

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by Bruce R. Vick, Adam R. Grissom, Karl P. Mueller, David T. Pirnie, Bruce . Alan J. Mueller, and David T. Orletsky, Beyond Close Air Support: Forging a New Air-Ground Partnership. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, 2005. Orletsky, Beyond Close Air Support: Forging a New Air-Ground Partnership, Santa Monica, Calif. RAND Corporation, RB-170-AF, 2005.

Creating a new partnership to integrate air operations with ground fire and maneuver more effectively on future battlefields. Select Format: Paperback.

Rand, 2005 - 188 sayfa. 3) How should ground maneuver/fires and air attack be deconflicted? It recommends that the Army and the Air Force work together to develop new concepts and technologies to improve the partnering of air and ground. Operations in Afghanistan and Iraq have renewed interest in close air support and the integration of air and ground power. In particular situations, either might predominate, and their relationship is likely to shift over the course of a campaign. It recommends new processes to effectively designate targets and improved control mechanisms to exploit the benefits of the digital battlefield.

Academic journal article Air & Space Power Journal. Beyond Close Air Support: Forging a New Air-Ground Partnership. By Roberts, Lawrence R. Usmc. Academic journal article Air & Space Power Journal. Specifically, the audiors address three questions concerning close air support and its relevance for the future battlefield: (1) How should air attack and ground maneuver be integrated? (2) How should the terminal attack control function be executed?

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Find nearly any book by Bruce R. Civilians and Soldiers: Achieving Better Coordination. ISBN 9780833026910 (978-0-8330-2691-0) Softcover, RAND Corporation, 1999. Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H). 8 x . 6 x . 3 Inches.

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Creating a new partnership to integrate air operations with ground fire and maneuver more effectively on future battlefields.
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