By National Research Council (U.S.), National Research Council Staff

Network-Centric Naval Forces: A Transition process for boosting Operational Capabilities is a learn to propose the dept of the army concerning its transition technique to in achieving a network-centric naval strength via know-how program. This document discusses the technical underpinnings wanted for a transition to networkcentric forces and capabilities.

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Such subsystems will be designed and acquired to meet specific requirements of their tasks in the overall mission. For example, a fleet and amphibious force assembled for an expeditionary operation along the littoral will comprise subsystems designed for power projection but will also include antiair, antimissile, and antisubmarine subsystems to protect the naval force while it is projecting power ashore, as well as logistics subsystems to support the forces at sea and ashore. The subsystems’ components will be ships, aircraft, missiles, communications, and other parts of the C4ISR network.

1997. Joint Vision 2010. C. 2Department of the Navy. 1997. S. C. S. Marine Corps. 1996. S. , January 4. 11 Copyright © National Academy of Sciences. All rights reserved. 4 Focusing on achieving dominance across the range of military operations through the application of new operational concepts, Joint Vision 2010 provides a joint framework of doctrine and programs within which the Services can develop their unique capabilities as they prepare to meet an uncertain and challenging future. 1), an effort from which this current study follows naturally.

These components will continue to Copyright © National Academy of Sciences. All rights reserved. 2 Network-Centric Operations for Power Projection The naval forces have always had the missions of deterrence, forward presence, sea and air control, and power projection. During the Cold War the emphasis was on strategic deterrence, protection of the sea transit of reinforcements to the European theater, and the ability, under the maritime strategy of the 1980s, to bring naval aviation within striking distance of the Soviet Union.

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