Command, Control, and the Common Defense

by Kenneth Allard

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Provides a historical perspective on a contemporary problem. Deals with the problems embodied in the tradition of service separatism in the American military establishment. Discusses the elements contributing to separate service identities and how these elements have affected interservice relationships. Addresses the technological choices made in modernizing the command and control systems used by the armed forces of the United States. L.C. card 96-44766.

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