Naval Transformation Roadmap 2003

Naval Transformation Roadmap 2003

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Naval transformation will support joint transformation by delivering new military capabilities and dramatically enhancing current capabilities to protect and advance America's worldwide interests by assuring access and projecting power from the sea. While the Navy - Marine Corps Team is expanding the entire array of naval capabilities we provide the Nation, our transformation is centered upon the development of Seabasing: the concepts and capabilities that exploit our command of the sea to project, protect, and sustain integrated warfighting capabilities from the maritime domain. Seabasing and the supporting tools we are developing will usher in dramatic new ways of employing naval forces to deter conflict and, when required, to wage war. Throughout, every aspect of naval transformation will be, first and foremost, committed to and built upon the principles of jointness. Seabasing will provide new naval capability options for use by Joint Force Commanders in innovative combinations with the transformed capabilities of the other Services and Agencies. The transformation of America's naval forces is a continuous process, one that includes changes in the way we train, educate and employ our people; the way we organize and equip our warfighting formations; and the processes by which we distinguish and develop the naval capabilities that will be needed by future joint forces. This Naval Transformation Roadmap serves to identify the most significant of the enhanced naval capabilities we believe will be required by the nation, and captures many of the concrete steps we are taking to achieve them. It describes how naval forces will achieve the transformational warfighting capabilities needed to support the developing Joint Operating Concepts (JOCs) and the six critical operational goals described in the 2001 Quadrennial Defense Review (QDR). These naval capabilities are focused on projecting and sustaining forces in distant anti-access and area denial environments while protecting against our asymmetric vulnerabilities by exploiting our maritime superiority to protect and advance America's worldwide interests. Naval transformation also supports Sailors, Marines, civilians, and contractors through the modernization of naval personnel management systems. Throughout, our naval transformational process is intended to support the development of Department of Defense capabilities that are jointly integrated from inception, rather than being merely incorporated by future Joint Force Commanders under the pressure of emerging crises. The Navy - Marine Corps Team; with its two distinct Services, core competencies, and cultures; is proud to serve as a model for what can be achieved by different organizations working towards common more

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  • Paperback | 102 pages
  • 177.8 x 254 x 5.84mm | 254.01g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508499977
  • 9781508499978