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Título : Effects -based operations and their comparison with objective- based operations
Autor : Moscatelo, Luciano René
Ríos Hudson, Mariana (Traductora)
Palabras clave : Operations
Objectives
Effects
Comparison
Advantages
Disa Dvantages
Malvinas
Fecha de publicación : Aug-2015
Editorial : Escuela Superior de Guerra Conjunta de las Fuerzas Armadas
Citación : Moscatelo, L. (2015). Effects -based operations and their comparison with objective- based operations. Visión Conjunta, 12, 23-31 p.
Citación : Visión Conjunta;12
Resumen : Though effects- based operations started to be used as a method for planning at the beginning of the 90’s, its conceptual application has been used by great military commandants during History. However, after the Persian Gulf War, 1991, some authors presented this type of operations as an alternative to the traditional way of doing war, the main method of which was based on objectives. This article tries to establish differences, similarities, advantages and disadvantages of both concepts in order to go deeper in a topic that is an essential part of planning and, in particular, at operational level.
Descripción : Article
URI : http://cefadigital.edu.ar/handle/1847939/635
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