Transforming joint warfighting capabilities
Jasper, Scott E.
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The global war on terrorism has validated the need for accelerating military transformation. The national security strategy directed to process to examine how enemies may fight, rather than where and when, reaffirming a shift from threat-based to capabilities-based planning. Moreover the Secretary of Defense instructed the Armed Forces to first "pursue the global war on terrorism" and second "strengthen joint warfighting capabilities." Those capabilities are critical in deterring and defeating enemies that rely of surprise, deception and asymmetric warfare.
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