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Network Centric Warfare: Its Origins and Future

@inproceedings{Cebrowski1998NetworkCW,
  title={Network Centric Warfare: Its Origins and Future},
  author={Arthur K. Cebrowski and John J. Garstka},
  year={1998}
}
We are in the midst of a revolution in military affairs (RMA) unlike any seen since the Napoleonic Age, when France transformed warfare with the concept of levŽe en masse. Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Jay Johnson has called it "a fundamental shift from what we call platform-centric warfare to something we call network-centric warfare," and it will prove to be the most important RMA in the past 200 years. 

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