Civil Military Operations in the New World
Greenwood Publishing Group, 1997 - 269 pages
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... must be politically sophisticated and make certain that the civilian leadership thinks through the political implications of taking military action and prepares for the long - term steps needed to achieve their political goals .
Ends The first issue is defining the ends or goals to be achieved . This is often where the strategic process breaks down because at the beginning of an operation , the national strategic ( political - military ) objectives generally ...
While the extreme end state envisioned for Germany was abandoned , the core of a democratic nation bound to the Western Allies was the central objective achieved . 8 The case of Japan was somewhat different .
There are two other components of strategy — ways and means.17 Critical among the ways to achieve an objective on any ... However , achieving unity of effort for postconflict operations is extraordinarily elusive because at least three ...
Achieving unity of effort in the interagency game means developing effective command , control , and coordination mechanisms that are adaptable to a wide variety of circumstances . A third aspect of the interagency game is that ...
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