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Christian, J. T. (2019). An examination of force ratios US Army Command and General Staff College Fort Leavenworth United States. 
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BibTeX citation key: Christian2019
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Categories: Complexity Science, Computer Science, Data Sciences, Decision Theory, General, Military Science
Subcategories: Big data, Command and control, Decision making, Military research, Strategy
Creators: Christian
Publisher: US Army Command and General Staff College Fort Leavenworth United States
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Abstract
The US Army is currently undergoing a transition from focusing on counter insurgency operations to large scale combat operations. As it undergoes this transition, the organization should reflect on its current doctrine and the use of heuristics such as force ratios. Therefore, the primary research question asks whether force ratios and quantitative models are valid tools for commanders and planners going forward. The underlying thesis of this study argues that force ratios are invalid and their continued use may develop unwanted mental constraints. By understanding the origins of force ratios and their evolutions, this study identifies a complete lack of consensus about the applicability of force ratios at various levels of war as well as challenges with common planning tools often associated with force ratios.
  
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