Winter 2013 Vol. 38 No. 4


 
 
 

Winter 2013 Vol. 38 No. 4


Strategic Landpower for the Company Commander



By GEN Robert W. Cone and CPT Jon D. Mohundro

In Iraq and Afghanistan, a generation of officers grew up solving strategic dilemmas at the company and platoon levels. Well-versed in the requirements and responsibilities of an Army at war, this generation must guide the Army into an ever-evolving and uncertain future. In order to navigate through the complexities in front of us, the Army needs capable, adaptable leaders now more than ever who champion the Army's strategic purpose and goals. With that, one of the most important discussions over the next few years will be how company commanders understand and implement the Army's central role in strategic landpower.

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Network Operations in The Cloud



By David Verret and Tim Wall

The primary driver for the cloud computing initiative is to gain efficiencies by maximizing the use of computing resources by numerous users. This is accomplished by leveraging shared infrastructure and taking advantage of economies of scale that make cloud computing such an attractive business model for many organizations.

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Active Shooter Approach Offers Operations Protection



By LTC Phillip G. Burns

A proposed Logical Active Shooter architecture can form the operational basis to secure critical information systems from malicious access in joint operation environments.

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