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    • Military operation plan

    • A military operation plan (also called a war plan before World War II) is a formal plan for military armed forces, their military organizations and units to conduct operations, as drawn up by commanders within the combat operations process in achieving objectives before or during a conflict. Military plans are generall ... Read »


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    • Able Danger

    • Able Danger was a classified military planning effort led by the U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM) and the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA). It was created as a result of a directive from the Joint Chiefs of Staff in early October 1999 by Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Hugh Shelton, to develop an informat ... Read »


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    • Combat endurance

    • Combat endurance is the time that a military system or unit can remain in combat before having to withdraw due to depleted resources. The definition is not precise; for example the combat endurance of an aircraft, without qualification, is usually the time the aircraft can remain at an altitude suitable for combat, but ... Read »


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    • Future of the Bangladesh Navy

    • The Bangladesh Navy modernization program is a part of the Forces Goal 2030. The navy has been focusing on developing and expanding its naval fleet as a part of its goal of establishing a three-dimensional maritime force that can effectively operate on land, air, and sea in times of war. The modernization program was f ... Read »


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    • Future of the French Navy

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      The French Navy is undertaking a significant reinforcement, both in modernising and in number, begun under the Projet de loi de programmation militaire 2003–2008 ("Military programme law project 2003–2008"), which notably includes an ongoing force of 15 large frigate/destroyer sized ships of the Horizon-class ... Read »


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    • Future of the Indian Air Force

    • The Indian Air Force has been undergoing a modernization programs to replace and upgrade its aging and outdated equipment since the late 90’s to advanced standards. For that reason it has started procuring and developing aircraft, weapons, associated technologies, and infrastructures. Some of these programs date b ... Read »


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    • Future of the Royal Air Force

    • The planning for the future of the Royal Air Force involves supporting ongoing British military operations, the introduction of new aircraft types, greater focus on network enabled capability and increasing interoperability with members of NATO. The Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II is a family of single-seat, sin ... Read »


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    • Future of the Royal Navy

    • At the beginning of the 1990s the Royal Navy was a force designed for the Cold War. The main purpose of its fleet, based around three small aircraft carriers and a force of anti-submarine frigates and destroyers, was to search for – and if required, to destroy – Soviet submarines in the North Atlantic. The 19 ... Read »


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    • Future of the Russian Navy

    • Following the dissolution of the Soviet Union in the 1990s, the Russian Navy struggled to adjust Cold War force structures while suffering severely with insufficient maintenance and a lack of funding. However, improvements in the Russian economy over the last decade have seen a significant rise in defence expenditure a ... Read »


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    • JADE (planning system)

    • Joint Assistant for Development and Execution (JADE) is a U.S. military system used for planning the deployment of military forces in crisis situations. The U.S. military developed this automated planning software system in order to expedite the creation of the detailed planning needed to deploy military forces for a ... Read »


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    • Joint Strategic and Operations Group

    • The Joint Strategic and Operations Group, also known as the Joint Strategic Plans and Operations Group (JSPOG), was a committee that was instituted during the Korean War to facilitate communication and interaction between the various United States armed forces. It played a significant part in both the Battle of Inchon ... Read »


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    • Marine Corps Planning Process

    • Marine Corps Planning Process is the primary planning process used by the United States Marine Corps at all levels. Its successful execution is widely regarded as essential for mission success. This planning process involves six steps: Problem Framing, Course of Action (COA) Development, COA Wargaming, COA Comparison a ... Read »


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    • Rule of thirds (military)

    • The rule of thirds is a rule of thumb used when planning for the deployment and usage of a military organisation, according to which one third of the total military forces involved should be available for operations, one third should be preparing for operations and the final third, having been on operations, should be ... Read »


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