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Military transformation and the defense industry after next

Peter J. Dombrowski

Military transformation and the defense industry after next

the defense industrial implications of network-centric warfare

by Peter J. Dombrowski

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Published by Naval War College Press in Newport, R.I .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Navy -- Procurement,
  • Industrial mobilization -- United States,
  • Defense industries -- United States,
  • United States -- Armed Forces -- Reorganization

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesDefense industrial implications of network-centric warfare
    StatementPeter J. Dombrowski, Eugene Gholz, Andrew L. Ross
    SeriesNewport papers -- 18, Newport paper -- no. 18
    ContributionsGholz, Eugene, 1971-, Ross, Andrew L, Center for Naval Warfare Studies (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13570923M
    OCLC/WorldCa53292699

    2 Military Transformation: A Strategic Approach Executive Summary The strategy for defense transformation is a vital component of the United States’ defense strategy. At the outset of his administration, President George W. Bush elevated transformation to the level of defense strate-File Size: KB.   Selling Military Transformation: The Defense Industry and Innovation Even while it focused on the early stages of the war on terrorism, the Bush administration strongly reaffirmed the commitment to military transformation that had marked its first months in office.

    While the Defense Department and military services have put out strategic or business transformation plans in the past, DOD hasn't coordinated with the services "to align their strategic planning efforts for business transformation with those of the department," according to a . such as nuclear weapons, space security, missile defense, small arms and military transformation. CDI is an independent monitor of the Pentagon and Armed Forces, conducting re-search and analyzing military spending, policies and weapon systems. It is comprised of retired senior government officials and former military officers, as well as experi-.

      As more than a decade of war nears an end, and the US budget faces acute challenges, the Department of Defense (DOD) is cutting its investments in the development and procurement of modernized capabilities. A “down cycle” in military spending is in fact well under way, its depth and length uncertain. Yet, the investment budget has been through similar downturns before. Overall, defense transformation—particularly the watered-down version that appears to be ascendant within the US military—will be " less disruptive for industry " than many had once assumed.


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Military Transformation and the Defense Industry after Next: The Defense Industrial Implications of Network-Centric Warfare. By Peter J. Dombrowski. The military–industrial complex (MIC) is an informal alliance between a nation's military and the defense industry that supplies it, seen together as a vested interest which influences public policy.

A driving factor behind this relationship between the government and defense-minded corporations is that both sides benefit—one side from obtaining war weapons, and the other from being paid.

He is last book, co-authored with Eugene Gholz, is Buying Military Transformation: Technological Innovation and the Defense Industry (Columbia University Press, ). The pursuit of transformation, affiliated with the concept known as a Revolution in Military Affairs, became associated with the failed tenure of former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and was.

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It describes such programmes as follows: International Military Education and Training (IMET): This program provides military training to select foreign military and defense associated personnel on a grant basis.