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How Can the U.S. Army Overcome Intelligence Sharing Challenges Between Conventional and Special Operations Forces?
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How Can the U.S. Army Overcome Intelligence Sharing Challenges Between Conventional and Special Operations Forces?

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ISBN-13:
9781288252954
Einband:
Paperback
Seiten:
58
Autor:
Michele Bredenkamp
Format:
246x189x3 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

The emphasis on the changing global environment, the complexity of emerging military operational requirements, the U.S. Army's Transformation Campaign Plan concept, and combined U.S. Army conventional and special operations forces operations has significantly increased over the past decade. Intelligence sharing between U.S. Army conventional and special operations forces is essential in successfully facing these challenges. The U.S. Army plans to adapt to the changes in the environment and expansion of military requirements through the Army's Transformation Campaign Plan. Under this plan, the Army seeks to transform to a knowledgebased force reliant on intelligence, which enhances situational understanding on the battlefield and fully supports the commander's decision-making process during military operations. U.S. Army conventional and special operations forces must improve intelligence sharing between one another to adapt to the changing global environment, the broad range of emerging military operational requirements throughout the world, and to fully support the U.S. Army's Transformation Campaign Plan. This monograph examines why intelligence sharing between U.S. Army conventional and special operations forces is more important than ever and identifies solutions designed to enhance conventional forces capabilities and facilitate greater intelligence sharing with special operations forces. This study addresses how U.S. Army conventional and special operations forces can overcome intelligence sharing challenges through improvements in equipment, training, and interoperability. First, this paper analyzes the current operational environment that dictates the requirement for conventional and special operations forces to transform to achieve success during military operations. Furthermore, this paper examines the current doctrinal framework that guides intelligence sharing and dissemination within the U.S. Army and identifies different approaches and areas of emphas