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What are some of the factors influencing the future operating environment?
There are likely to be significant challenges resulting from population growth, migration, greater demand for energy, climate change, continuing globalisation, rapid urbanisation and the exponential rate of change in some readily-available technologies.
What are the three components of fighting power?
Fighting power, as described in British Defence Doctrine and ADP Operations, Chapter 2, consists of 3 components: a conceptual component (the ideas behind how to fight); a moral component (the ability to get people to fight); and a physical component (the means to fight).
What is the contemporary operating environment?
The contemporary operational environment (COE) is the overall operational environment that exists today and in the near future (out to the year 2020).
What is the most effective method of command and control for air power?
Airmen execute mission command through centralized command, distributed control, and decentralized execution. Centralized command is the organizing standard for the effective and efficient means of employing airpower; it enables the principle of mass while maintaining the principle of economy of force.
What is the integrated operating concept?
The central idea of the Integrated Operating Concept is to drive the conditions and. tempo of strategic activity, rather than responding to the actions of others. from a static, home-based posture of contingent response.
What is the mosaic of conflict?
Mosaic is designed to address both the demands of the future strategic environment and the shortcomings of the current force. This design ensures US forces can be effective in contested environments and that the resulting force can be highly adaptable across the spectrum of military operations.
What are the 8 elements of combat power?
Combat power has eight elements: leadership, information, mission command, movement and maneuver, intelligence, fires, sustainment, and protection. The Army collectively describes the last six elements as the warfighting functions.
What are the 9 principles of war?
There are nine Principles of War. They are objective, offensive, mass, economy of force, maneuver, unity of command, security, surprise, and simplicity.
What are the 10 principles of war?
TEN PRINCIPLES OF WAR
- Selection and Maintenance of the Aim. Unity of effort and unity of purpose are provided when all understand what they are to achieve and why they are directed to achieve it.
- Maintenance of Morale.
- Offensive Action.
- Concentration of Force.
- Economy of Effort.
What is the operating environment of a business?
The operational environment stands for political, social, legislative, economic, cultural and natural environmental factors that significantly affect the implementation of any cooperation.
What are the 4 strengths of air power?
Air power’s strengths are air superiority, reliable global mobility, rapid global employment, and acute global awareness. These strengths are unique and are fundamental to the Air Force mission. Through these strengths the Air Force adds an unmatched expertise and military capability to the nation’s defense force.
What are the 4 types of airlift operations?
- Strategic airlift.
- Tactical airlift.
- Airlifter comparison.