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Command Culture

Author : Jörg Muth
ISBN : 9781574413038
Genre : History
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Muth examines the different paths the United States Army and the German Armed Forces traveled to select, educate, and promote their officers in the crucial time before World War II. He demonstrates that the military education system in Germany represented an organized effort where each school provided the stepping stone for the next. But in the US, there existed no communication about teaching contents among the various schools.
Category: History

Command Crisis Influence Of Command Culture On The Allied Defeat At Suvla Bay

Author : Major Stuart J. Archer
ISBN : 9781786250209
Genre : History
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The IX Corps of the British Mediterranean Expeditionary Force (MEF) achieved a complete tactical surprise of the Turkish defenders with its landing on 6 August 1915. Yet, despite a huge superiority in resources and a ten-to-one advantage in men, the IX Corps failed to obtain its planned objectives. This study examines the extent that the outcome of the British failure was influenced by the prevalent British Army command culture. The British Army command culture of 1916 was directly linked to its past as a colonial police force. Although well suited for that role, it was unable to effectively deal with the changes in warfare and the rapidly expanding sizes of armies in 1916. The British command culture of the time consisted a personalized system that exercised a reliance on a system of seniority, a hands-off method of command at the senior and operational levels, and a restrictive method of control at the tactical level.
Category: History

Taking Command

Author : William N. Thomas
ISBN : STANFORD:36105081632643
Genre : Command of troops
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Category: Command of troops

Command Administration

Author : Bernard N. Olewe
ISBN : STANFORD:36105017785937
Genre : Police
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Category: Police

The Road To Rocroi

Author : Fernando González de León
ISBN : 9789004170827
Genre : History
File Size : 27.96 MB
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Combining approaches and insights from cultural, social and military history this study traces the evolution and decline of the Spanish officer corps and general staff during the Eighty Years War in connection with contemporary trends such as modernization and aristocratization.
Category: History

The Culture Clash

Author : Jean Donaldson
ISBN : 1888047054
Genre : Pets
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Describes ways to help rehabilitate aggressive behavior in dogs, using food and other reinforcers.
Category: Pets

Adopting Mission Command

Author : Donald E. Vandergriff
ISBN : 1682471055
Genre : History
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"This book is a recommendation on how to adapt a superior command culture through education and training. By implementing these recommendations across the Army, other necessary and long awaited reforms will finally take place."--Provided by publisher.
Category: History

Military Culture And Mission Command Auftragstaktik

Author : Eitan Shamir
ISBN : OCLC:742369158
Genre : Command and control systems
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The purpose of the current thesis was to examine the adoption and adaptation process of mission command (Auftragstaktik) in modem military organizations. This concept denotes a system wherein superiors dictate their intent and allow subordinates to formulate their operational plans independently. The research first examined organizational theory's perspective on this system and then traced its origins in the historic Prussian-German army. Having established a yardstick for comparison, the research investigated the American, British and Israeli armies which have endeavoured to emulate the system. While all three have officially incorporated mission command into doctrine and training, they have been less successful in utilizing it in operational situations. It was found that the gap was due partially to ongoing transformations in military affairs such as the Revolution in Military Affairs (RMA) and the spread of low-intensity conflicts and operations other than war. A comparison between the three case-studies also demonstrated how different military cultures interpret, articulate and exercise mission command. -- The research focused on questions such as: Why was the adoption of mission command more successful in some cases? What variants of mission command have developed in the adaptation process? How does command and control technology impact mission command? What are the cultural factors that create the gap between doctrine and behaviour? What is the impact of mission command on a host culture? Having examined these questions, the thesis illustrated how military cultures affect the adoption of innovative but foreign concepts promising to increase operational capabilities.
Category: Command and control systems

Parliamentary Papers

Author : Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
ISBN : STANFORD:36105117922513
Genre : Bills, Legislative
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Category: Bills, Legislative

Beyond Command And Control

Author : Richard Adams
ISBN : 9781351781022
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This book will advance the understanding of leadership beyond the inherited myths and modalities of command and control. Leadership is separated from ideas and institutional seniority and explained as the collaborative power of one with others. Enabling the intelligent co-participation of all people, the constructive effect of this approach to leadership is in the engagement of people. This is significant when task accomplishment depends not on managerial direction, but on the interaction of people with each other, with technical systems, and with complex regulations which are often across jurisdictional boundaries. Examples and case studies are included.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Smart Book Somalia

Author : United States. Army Training and Doctrine Command. Culture Center
ISBN : OCLC:905928442
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The Ascent From Below

Author : William L. Reese
ISBN : UOM:39015049630984
Genre : Philosophy
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Category: Philosophy

Always At War

Author : Melvin G. Deaile
ISBN : 1682472485
Genre : History
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"Always at War is the story of Strategic Air Command (SAC) during the early decades of the Cold War. It explains how an organization dominated by experienced World War II airmen developed a unique culture that thrives to this day. The narrative begins with the origins of powered flight and describes how the early generation of American pilots developed their own culture and shared beliefs rooted in the promise of airpower."--Provided by publisher.
Category: History