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The Limits of Transformation: Officer Attitudes toward the Revolution in Military Affairs

Officer Attitudes toward the Revolution in Military Affairs (Newport Paper)

by Thomas G. Mahnken

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Published by Dept. of the Navy .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Government - Executive Branch,
  • Military - Naval,
  • Political Science / Government / Executive Branch,
  • Politics / Current Events

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages120
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10119382M
    ISBN 100160769116
    ISBN 109780160769115

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The Limits of Transformation: Officer Attitudes toward the Revolution in Military Affairs by Thomas G. Mahnken Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Intelligence and 5/5(2). 'A Revolution in Military Affairs is a major change in the nature of warfare brought about by the innovative application of new technologies which, combined with dramatic changes in military doctrine and operational and organizational concepts fundamentally alters the character and conduct of military operations.'.

The limits of transformation officer attitudes toward the revolution in military affairs. Newport, R.I: Naval War College, Center for Naval Warfare Studies. MLA Citation. Mahnken, Thomas G. and FitzSimonds, James R. and Naval War College (U.S.) Center for Naval Warfare Studies.

FitzSimonds) of The Limits of Transformation: Officer Attitudes toward the Revolution in Military Affairs (). He has appeared on Fox News, CNN, BBC, and CBC, among other networks. He is editor of The Journal of Strategic Studies. Mahnken earned his master’s degree and doctorate in international affairs from SAIS and was a.

he conducted research into the emerging revolution in military affairs. He also served as a member of the Gulf War Air Power Survey, commissioned by the Secretary of the Air Force to examine the performance of U.S.

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