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Cook, R. (2015). The next step: A study on resiliency in command and control Air University Maxwell Air Force Base United States. 
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Resource type: Report/Documentation
BibTeX citation key: Cook2015
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Categories: Complexity Science, Decision Theory, General, Geopolitical, Military Science
Subcategories: Command and control, Decision making, Doctrine, JADC2, Networked forces, Systems theory, United States
Creators: Cook
Publisher: Air University Maxwell Air Force Base United States
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Abstract

Centralized command and control, particularly since the 1991 Gulf War, has enabled American airpower to dominate the battlefield. Reinforced by history and empowered by information technology, the Air Force has allowed centralized control to bottleneck operational capability at the Air Operations Center, providing a strategic weakness for an adversary to exploit. The Air Force, as the lead service in command and control of airpower, is responsible for providing a resilient solution that maximizes airpower effectiveness even when contested by an adversary.


  
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