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Power to the Edge: Command and Control in the Information Age

Command and Control Research Program, US Department of Defense, June 2003

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Resource IDalbertshayes2003
Resource titlePower to the Edge: Command and Control in the Information Age
Author(s)David S. Alberts, Richard E. Hayes
Publication/ sourceCommand and Control Research Program, US Department of Defense
Date publishedJune 2003
Summary text/ abstractPower to the Edge is the latest book in the Information Age Transformation Series, and in a sense it completes the articulation of a vision of DoD Transformation and an approach to achieving it. With the publication of this book, readers have a reference "library" consisting of not only the books in this series, but also the previous CCRP funded and published books to draw upon. Basic information about the nature of the Information Age and its implications for national security and the military can be found in the three-volume Information Age Anthology. The classic volume Network Centric Warfare, republished by many public and private organizations in several languages, provides the earliest detailed articulation of the set of tenets that link a robustly networked force to dramatically increased combat power. It describes how information coupled with changes in C2 can transform military organizations.
Library categoriesCyberwar, Hacktivism
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