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Dempsey, Martin E.

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Works: 13 works in 20 publications in 1 language and 228 library holdings
Classifications: U260, 355.460973
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Joint operational access concept (JOAC) by Martin E Dempsey ( )
2 editions published in 2012 in English and held by 202 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The Joint Operational Access Concept (JOAC) describes in broad terms the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff's vision for how joint forces will operate in response to emerging antiaccess and area-denial security challenges. Due to three major trends -- the growth of antiaccess and area-denial capabilities around the globe, the changing U.S. overseas defense posture, and the emergence of space and cyberspace as contested domains -- future enemies, both states and non-states, see the adoption of antiaccess/area-denial strategies against the United States as a favorable course of action for them. The JOAC describes how future joint forces will achieve operational access in the face of such strategies. Its central thesis is Cross-Domain Synergy -- the complementary vice merely additive employment of capabilities in different domains such that each enhances the effectiveness and compensates for the vulnerabilities of the others -- to establish superiority in some combination of domains that will provide the freedom of action required by the mission. The JOAC envisions a greater degree of integration across domains and at lower echelons than ever before. Embracing cross-domain synergy at increasingly lower levels will be essential to generating the tempo that is often critical to exploiting fleeting local opportunities for disrupting the enemy system. The JOAC also envisions a greater degree and more flexible integration of space and cyberspace operations into the traditional air-sea-land battlespace than ever before
Chairman's strategic direction to the joint force by Martin E Dempsey ( Book )
2 editions published in 2012 in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The past 10 years have been some of the most challenging in our military's history. Our service members and their families have endured every hardship and met every challenge with courage and dignity throughout. The responsibility for defending our nation is one we have proudly carried for centuries. As we examine how the past 10 years have affected our military, the Joint Force faces three points of transition which will test our leadership and shape our future: the transition from two large land wars to a complex security environment with many challenges, the transition from abundant to constrained resources, and, as our active force shrinks in size, the transition of many service members and families into civilian life. These focus areas will guide us through the transitions: achieving our national objectives in our current conflicts; developing a joint force for 2020; recommiting ourselves to the profession of arms; and, keeping faith with the military family. This document goes into detail of the key efforts in each of these focus areas
Our army's campaign of learning by Martin E Dempsey ( Book )
2 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Design and evaluation of a fundamental frequency recorder for complex sounds by Martin E Dempsey ( Book )
3 editions published in 1955 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Win, learn, focus, adapt, win again the scrimmage should be as hard as the game by Martin E Dempsey ( )
1 edition published in 2011 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
This compilation of writings by General Dempsey, six articles published in ARMY magazine from October 2010 to March 2011, plus the speech he delivered at AUSA's 2011 Winter Symposium in February, captures the mutual focus of the Chief and his TRADOC commander on what our Army must do to shape itself for the future. There is recognition that our Army is always a force in transition, that it will expand and contract, train and deploy, and perpetually modify its Tables of Organization and Equipment. But the primary imperative for our leaders must be to care for the Soldiers and families who have endured so much for the country they love
Duty : understanding the most sublime military value by Martin E Dempsey ( Book )
2 editions published in 1988 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The Army Capstone Concept and institutional adaptation by Martin E Dempsey ( Book )
2 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Today's operational environment is increasingly complex, with an ever-expanding array of threats. Within this environment, four trends emerge: growing uncertainty, accelerating change, increased competitiveness and greater decentralization. This trends reflect a future in which the Army is compelled to rapidly adapt in order to defeat new unforeseen threats as they present themselves in unexpected ways. Our challenge then is to build an Army whose leaders and soldiers are comfortable with change and can rapidly adapt themselves, their units and even the institutions as a whole to prevail in the future
Security Force Assistance ( Book )
1 edition published in 2009 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
In an era of persistent conflict, the United States supports the internal defense and development of international partners, regardless of whether those partners are highly developed and stable or less developed and emerging. While many of these partners are nations, they can also include alliances, coalitions, and regional organizations. U.S. support to these partners ranges from providing humanitarian assistance to major combat operations. U.S. support includes conducting conflict transformation, bolstering partner legitimacy, and building partner capacity. A vital part of these three aspects of U.S. support is assisting partner security forces. Security force assistance (SFA) is not new for Army forces. In fact, General George Washington's Inspector General of the Army acted as an advisor for Army forces. Baron Friedrick Wilhelm von Steuben instilled discipline and professionalism into an army that previously lacked formalized training. His 1779 Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the Troops of the United States, adapted from the Prussian army, formed the doctrinal backbone of the Continental Army throughout the Revolutionary War. Additionally, the lineage of the Army's operations field manual, FM 3-0, can be traced to this document. As a benefactor of advisors such as von Steuben, the Army has since undertaken what is called SFA several times throughout its history. Army doctrine defines security force assistance as the unified action to generate, employ, and sustain local, host-nation, or regional security forces in support of a legitimate authority (FM 3-07). SFA is part of the FM 3-0 construct of full spectrum operations. Similarly, it is conducted across the spectrum of conflict or in any of the operational themes. SFA is normally part of a larger security sector reform effort, while in other instances, SFA is not tied to reform but to building partner capacity
Mission command by Martin E Dempsey ( Book )
1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Our need to pursue, instill, and foster mission command is critical to our future success in defending the nation in an increasingly complex and uncertain operating environment. This paper offers ideas to inform the development of Joint Force 2020. The basic principles of command -- commander's intent, mission type orders, and decentralized execution -- are not new concepts. They are a part of current joint and service doctrine. But this is not enough; we will ask more of our leaders in the future. Conduct of mission command requires adaptable leaders at every echelon
Duty: Understanding the Most Sublime Military Value ( Book )
1 edition published in 1988 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
After an extensive search of literature by and about the military profession and professional military officers, this study concludes that the concept of Duty includes five imperatives: defense of the United States, support of the government in the performance of its constitutional duties, dedication to the military profession, selflessness, and courage. As the officer applies these five imperatives in his professional life, balance is essential. For example, it is every officer's Duty to seek in his or her professional life a balance between the competing demands of self and selflessness. This thesis finds the definition of Duty in FM 100-1 inadequate and proposes a definition of Duty based on the five imperatives derived from the survey of literature. It contends that the distinction between individual and institutional values in the Army Ethic dilutes the power of a time-honored word like Duty. It also finds that the essential idea of balance is missing from military ethics instruction and that Duty is not addressed as a separate value within the Army schoolhouse. The study recommends a reconsideration of both the ethics curriculum in the Army schoolhouse and the Army Ethic described in FM 100-1 to better account for the importance of Duty in the profession of arms. (kr)
Duty: understanding the most sublime military value by Martin E Dempsey ( )
in Undetermined and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
After an extensive search of literature by and about the military profession and professional military officers, this study concludes that the concept of Duty includes five imperatives: defense of the United States, support of the government in the performance of its constitutional duties, dedication to the military profession, selflessness, and courage. As the officer applies these five imperatives in his professional life, balance is essential. For example, it is every officer's Duty to seek in his or her professional life a balance between the competing demands of self and selflessness. This thesis finds the definition of Duty in FM 100-1 inadequate and proposes a definition of Duty based on the five imperatives derived from the survey of literature. It contends that the distinction between individual and institutional values in the Army Ethic dilutes the power of a time-honored word like Duty. It also finds that the essential idea of balance is missing from military ethics instruction and that Duty is not addressed as a separate value within the Army schoolhouse. The study recommends a reconsideration of both the ethics curriculum in the Army schoolhouse and the Army Ethic described in FM 100-1 to better account for the importance of Duty in the profession of arms
America's military : a profession of arms by Martin E Dempsey ( Book )
1 edition published in 2012 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Following September 11, 2001, America's all-volunteer force embarked on campaigns extending well beyond any limits imagined as the era of persistent conflict unfolded, its resilience arguably exceeded expectations of its architects. As we reflect on a decade of war, America's service men and women fought as a joint force selflessly serving our nation, answering the call to duty repeatedly, continuously adapting. The sacred element of trust enabled them to persevere. With the campaigns in Afghanistan and Iraq in transition, we must prepare for a different future as we shape Joint Force 2020 in an environment of increasing fiscal pressure. Renewing our commitment to the profession of arms is essential to ensure we maintain the best led and best trained force in the world. Leadership is the foundation of our profession. This is essential to ensure we remain the finest military in the world
 
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