Toward a Long-term Strategy for Assuring Access in Key Strategic Regions 2004 (Paperback)Eric R. Larson (author), Derek Eaton (author), Paul Elrick (author), Theodore Karasik (author), Robert Klein (author), Sherrill Lingel (author), Brian Nichiporuk (author), Robert Uy (author), John Zavadil (author)
Paperback 170 Pages / Published: 01/01/1999
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How does the Army plan to ensure its continued access to potential trouble spots around the world? The authors developed scenarios and conducted political-military games to determine what strategies, tactics, and capabilities potential adversaries might use to complicate U.S. access to key areas and how effective the U.S. counters to these tactics are. They were sanguine about the ability of the U.S. to prevail in the short-term but also identified several conc erns and suggested areas of improvement, including expanding the number of in-theater bases that might be available; enhancing the flexibility and deployability of U.S. forces to more austere bases; and upgrading detection, warning, and force protection measures.
Number of pages: 170
Weight: 295 g
Dimensions: 225 x 183 x 11 mm
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