Command Concepts: A Theory Derived from the Practice of Command and Control

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The qualities of commanders and their ideas are more important to a general theory of command and control than are the technical and architectural qualities of their computers and communications systems. This theory separates the art of command and control (C2) from the hardware and software systems that support C2. It centers on the idea of a command concept, a commander's vision of a military operation that informs the making of command decisions during that operation. The theory suggests that the essential communications ...

Command Concepts: A Theory Derived from the Practice of Command and Control 1999, RAND Corporation

ISBN-13: 9780833024503

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