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Enabling Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Effects for Effects-Based Operations Conditions

By Lieutenant Colonel Daniel R. Johnson, USAF

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Reproduction Date: 10/16/2012

Title: Enabling Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Effects for Effects-Based Operations Conditions  
Author: Lieutenant Colonel Daniel R. Johnson, USAF
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Military Science, Military
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Publisher: Air University Press
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In support of national and military security strategies, the DOD has established the joint force commander (JFC) as the means to provide unity of command, exercised through component commanders, during contingency operations. Intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) is key to the JFC’s successful prosecution of contingency operations. The multifaceted complexity cannot be overstated as both national and theater ISR architectures include many linked nodes that can act and be tasked independently from one another (i.e., the platforms, sensors, DOD and commercial communication nodes, and a variety of exploitation organizations). The JFC cannot continue to ignore this reality if he or she wants to properly employ ISR-intensive effects-based operations (EBO) to achieve overall campaign objectives—that is, to provide unity of ISR effects in support of the campaign plan.

 
 



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