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To Find, and Not to Yield: How Advances in Information and Firepower Can Transform Theater Warfare

@inproceedings{Ochmanek1998ToFA,
  title={To Find, and Not to Yield: How Advances in Information and Firepower Can Transform Theater Warfare},
  author={David A. Ochmanek and Edward R. Harshberger and David E Thaler and Glenn Kent},
  year={1998}
}
Abstract : The military forces of the United States are on the threshold of fielding new capabilities that, in concert, represent a revolutionary transformation in the ability to prosecute large scale theater warfare. These capabilities, if fully exploited, can allow comparatively small numbers of forces to observe, assess, engage, and effectively attack enemy assets especially moving land, sea, and air forces over a large area. These new capabilities are thus well suited to meeting the needs… 
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