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Saturday, March 29, 2003  

Effects Based Campaign?

He was highly critical of the command’s concepts, such as “effects-based operations” and “rapid, decisive operations,” which he derided as little more than “slogans.”



Pretty damning, especially in view of the current situation and the fact that this was written in August, 2002. I thought we had eliminated all the inbred military brass who were busy managing their career instead of managing the plan. Maybe Saddam read Effects-Based Operations (EBO): A Grand Challenge for the Analytical Community, content available by the links on the page. This indicates that Saddam may have done some of his own war 'gaming'.


From Army Times, via Slate, Instapundit and Unmedia

posted by Calvin | 5:44 PM

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