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This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: On Flexibility presents a force planning concept that will enable armies to cope with the growing diversity of battlefield requirements, and especially with technological and doctrinal surprises, through applied adaptability and flexibility, minimizing the over dependence on intelligence and prediction involved in this process today. Codice inventario libreria

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Riassunto: This book addresses one of the basic questions in military studies: How can armies cope effectively with technological and doctrinal surprises—ones that leave them vulnerable to new weapons systems and/or combat doctrines?

Author Meir Finkel contends that the current paradigm—with its over-dependence on intelligence and an all-out effort to predict the nature of the future battlefield and the enemy's capabilities—generally doesn't work.

Based on historical case analysis of successful "under-fire" recovery and failure to recover, he identifies the variables that have determined these outcomes, and he presents an innovative method for military force planning that will enables armies to deal with the uncertainties of future wars "in real time."

His proposed method combines conceptual, doctrinal, cognitive, command, organizational, and technological elements to produce optimal battlefield flexibility and adaptability. He then demonstrates that, when properly applied, this method can eliminate most obstacles to overcoming battlefield surprises.

L'autore: Meir Finkel is the Director of the Israeli Defense Force's Ground Forces Concept Development and Doctrine Department. As a Colonel in the IDF, he commanded armor units up to brigade level.

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Descrizione libro Stanford University Press, Palo Alto, 2011. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Stanford Security Studies Series.. 336 pages. Hardcover with dustjacket. New book. MILITARY. This book addresses one of the basic questions in military studies: How can armies cope effectively with technological and doctrinal surprisesÑones that leave them vulnerable to new weapons systems and/or combat doctrines? Author Meir Finkel contends that the current paradigmÑwith its over-dependence on intelligence and an all-out effort to predict the nature of the future battlefield and the enemy's capabilitiesÑgenerally doesn't work. Based on historical case analysis of successful "under-fire" recovery and failure to recover, he identifies the variables that have determined these outcomes, and he presents an innovative method for military force planning that will enables armies to deal with the uncertainties of future wars "in real time." His proposed method combines conceptual, doctrinal, cognitive, command, organizational, and technological elements to produce optimal battlefield flexibility and adaptability. He then demonstrates that, when properly applied, this method can eliminate most obstacles to overcoming battlefield surprises. Meir Finkel is the Director of the Israeli Defense Force's Ground Forces Concept Development and Doctrine Department. As a Colonel in the IDF, he commanded armor units up to brigade level. "This book combines solid history and an innovative analytical structure. It begins to fill in a serious hole in our understanding of flexibility or what could better be called "adaptation under fire." It is strongly recommended for senior military leaders and students of military innovation and force planning. In the future, surprise will continue to characterize the character of modern warfare, and the need to be flexible will be at a premium. On Flexibility provides great insights on flexibility and will prove to be an enduring contribution to our understanding of military history and to enhancing our ability to adapt when we hopefully do not get things too terribly wrong."ÑFrank Hoffman, Journal of Military History "A highly original work, dealing with an important and little-explored subject."ÑMartin van Creveld, author of Land of Blood and Honey; The Rise of Modern Israel "This is an outstanding work. Inculcating adaptability, flexibility, and responsiveness to surprise is the chief preoccupation of the major armies of the world. Doctrine writers, practitioners, scholars, and policy-makers concerned with the effectiveness of military force should read this book."ÑDavid Betz, Department of War Studies, King's College London (Key Words: Military, Security, Meir Finkel). book. Codice libro della libreria 73082X1

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