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Network-centric operations case study : the Stryker Brigade Combat Team

Author: Daniel Gonzales; Rand Corporation.
Publisher: Santa Monica, CA : Rand Corp., 2005.
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The authors of this report seek to understand how network-centric operations (NCO) capabilities are a source of combat power for the Army's Stryker brigade and to determine the extent to which the tenets of NCO are realized by the unit. Using a broad range of measures of effectiveness, the authors compared the performance of a Stryker brigade with that of a nondigitized light infantry brigade in certification  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel Gonzales; Rand Corporation.
ISBN: 083303846X 9780833038463
OCLC Number: 61303348
Notes: "MG-267-1."
Description: xxxii, 137 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Stryker brigade NCW hypothesis --
Stryker brigade MCP --
Network and battle command capabilities --
SBCT scenario at JRTC --
Stryker comparison to the baseline --
Conclusions.
Responsibility: Daniel Gonzales [and others].
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The authors of this report seek to understand how network-centric operations (NCO) capabilities are a source of combat power for the Army's Stryker brigade and to determine the extent to which the tenets of NCO are realized by the unit. Using a broad range of measures of effectiveness, the authors compared the performance of a Stryker brigade with that of a nondigitized light infantry brigade in certification exercises at the Joint Readiness Training Center and found that the Stryker brigade's superior networking capabilities, superior shared situational awareness, speed of command, and ability to control the speed of command vastly improved the brigade's performance in these exercises. Using NCO measures of effectiveness, this analysis shed light on the NCO capabilities that made the Stryker brigade a more agile and effective combat force. The authors conclude by discussing the potential implications of future NCO capabilities for future Army forces.

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