Coalition command and control: defining by casebook studies
Sessions, Sterling D.
Jones, Carl R.
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This publication is designed to serve as a specialized text on the relatively new and increasingly important subject of coalition command and control. It is not written in the standard format of an informative or analytical textbook; rather, the authors offer a series of scenarios, followed by pertinent questions to stimulate discussion. In lieu of abstract studies, the authors provide pragmatic examples for use in workshops and classrooms. Their aim is to draw upon the practical experience of students, thus enriching their general understanding of these complex, timely, and vital issues.
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