Gaining New Military Capability: An Experiment in Concept Development

Evaluation of Defence Capability Development Program
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For the last quarter century, U. Today, potential state and nonstate adversaries possess advanced weapon systems that, when used as part of increasingly aggressive strategic postures, can challenge freedom of action and the power-projection capabilities of the United States, its allies and its partners.

Gaining New Military Capability: An Experiment in Concept Development

Exploring tactical interactions in simulation environments is necessary, given the increased importance of tactical cross-Service interoperation in current and future warfighting concepts. Finding for Marine Corps: The infrastructure and tools required for the experimentation campaigns of the future are inadequate. However, the difference is not merely one of scale. This stage of maturity often requires cooperation with external resources as well, to fulfil capacity and expertise needs. Tactical communications—both data and voice—were completely changed to accommodate Internet Proto-. Once an algorithm was determined to have performed successfully in the laboratory, it was taken to sea and tested in controlled experiments. Well-implemented concept studies conducted in a short space of time at the beginning of a development programme create opportunities to greatly reduce risks throughout the entire development programme.

The range, scale and continuing proliferation of these access-restricting capabilities directly threaten U. These concepts address the access challenge of projecting U. National Security Strategy. These exploratory activities have revealed important insights.

Freedom of action in the global commons is a precursor to other operations, including flexible deterrent options, power projection and entry operations. Another key principle for the revised joint concept is that U.

Localized control consists of windows, corridors and defined areas of domain superiority where joint and allied forces can accomplish operational objectives and support other operations while preventing adversaries from disrupting friendly operations. This acknowledges that a joint or combined force may not be able to achieve either theater-wide domain superiority or an enduring and constant superiority, but that it can achieve operational objectives with control that is limited in time or space.

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