By Thomas L Jentz
Книга Bertha's enormous Brother Karl-Geraet (60 cm) & (54 cm) Bertha's mammoth Brother Karl-Geraet (60 cm) & (54 cm) Книги Вооружение Автор: Thomas L Jentz Год издания: 2001 Формат: pdf Издат.:Panzer Tracts Страниц: 60 Размер: 47.88 ISBN: 0970840721 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:This is the heritage of the biggest self-propelled gun fielded in WWII. encouraged through warfare tales, the writer dug into the unique documents to discover the proof approximately its improvement, employment, and features. Drawings and pictures depict information of the six accomplished Karl-Geraet. Translated wrestle stories show their luck in enticing significant fortifications at Brest - Litowsk and Sevastopol . one used to be even used to fireplace on the bridge at Remagen.
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Since the beginning of the Information Age, commanders have been concerned about how information technologies would affect information flow on the battlefield. A look at The Unintended Consequences of Information Age Technologies, 2 (requested by General John Shalikashvili, a former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff) concluded that changes in the flow of information could be dysfunctional if these changes were not also accompanied by changes to concepts of operation, doctrine, organization, command concepts, training, and other elements of a mission capability package.
These experiments are almost universally declared successes. However, because we were not able to instrument them fully, we cannot know exactly what happened or why. This greatly limits the usefulness of these events and squanders opportunities to contribute to our understanding of how information can be effectively leveraged. Chapter 2 31 Hierarchy of Measures Figure 16 depicts the primitives in the context of a hierarchy of measures that can be employed to understand the Information Superiority/Network Centric Warfare value chain.
Until recent times, the capability to collect, record, store, process, and disseminate information was extremely limited. Note the relatively similar capabilities that existed in the times of Sun Tzu and Clausewitz in contrast with the dramatically different situation that exists today. The comparative lack of information technology in Sun Tzu’s and Clausewitz’s times limited the ability of commanders to know what was going on and their ability to communicate and collaborate with their subordinates.