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Joint Forces Command: Assessment of Effects Based Operations," Parameters, August 14, 2008, 22.
Zoltan Jobbagy reviewed military theorists and concluded that the frictional reality of war allows for very low practical ceiling for Effects Based Operations (EBO).
Drawing on the lessons from effects based operations, Mann believes there is significant room for improvement in how operations and maintenance in fighter squadrons assess themselves.
By providing a joint cadre of trained planners and operators who have a thorough understanding of effects based operations and the regional commander's intent, we have found that a joint task force headquarters can come up to fighting speed quicker than we have seen in the past.
We must satisfy these basic requirements to achieve a useable network that enables the massive sharing and processing of data that our effects based operations and our predictive battlespace awareness, our new ways of waging war, require.
We understand the services' vision and have designed the DCGS for backward compatibility and modular change - incorporating advanced technology across industry to enable effects based operations and change the course of events in hours, minutes, or even seconds.
TAPS is a network centric, self-briefing, decision support system that uses an easy to understand display for graphically visualizing progress towards unit readiness and training goals as well as an executive level decision support system for commanding military operations ranging from classic combat operations, including effects based operations, to military operations other than war.
Combined Arms Center (Fort Leavenworth, KS: February 24, 2007); Effects Based Operations Conference, U.