Nov. 1, 2001
Adapting Forces to a New Era: Ten Transforming Concepts
The authors outline a set of new operational concepts that build highly capable forces whose mastery of high-tech warfighting will allow decisive victories against new threats and well-armed opponents.
Oct. 1, 2001
Maritime Access: Do Defenders Hold all the Cards?
The author describes the issue of maritime access for the Armed Forces.
UCAVs-Technological, Policy, and Operational Challenges
The author explains the use of unmanned combat aerial vehicles (UCAVs), its challenges, policy issues, and operational considerations.
Sept. 1, 2001
Resurrecting Transformation for the Post-Industrial Era
The author proposes recommendations for how the Armed Forces can constantly to transform itself to become more responsive and effective to modern threats.
June 1, 2001
Managing Change: Capability, Adaptability, and Transformation
Authors discuss the threefold challenge of capability, adaptability, and transformation in change and military modernization.
Jan. 1, 2001
Coping with an Attack, A Quick Guide to Dealing with Biological, Chemical and ‘Dirty Bomb’ Attacks
While our forces are well-trained and capable of responding to a CBRN attack, the safety of their dependents and our DOD civilian workforce remains a concern. If a military base with dependents were attacked, it is doubtful the family members or civilian employees would know what immediate actions to take.