By Walter Perry, Bruce Pirnie, John Gordon, Louis Moore, Robert Howe
This file analyzes the military Transformation Wargame 2000 and its implications for the tactic of a military in 2015.
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Members of the SIP thought that seamlessness may not always be an achievable or even a desirable goal. For example, the loadmaster on a transport aircraft will normally be a noncommissioned officer in the Air Force, while the Army will often be responsible for loading the aircraft. The interface of these two functions—loading control and loading itself—is a seam. There would be no point in trying to eliminate this seam and therefore seamlessness would be a false goal. The Army and Air Force have a common interest in assuring that aircraft are loaded quickly, efficiently, and safely.
Three RAND analysts were members of the SIP. Sequence of Events ATWG 2000 was conducted in three moves, each centering on a vignette. The three vignettes covered crisis response, warfighting, and post-conflict operations. In each move, the Operational Insights Panels were presented a situation and challenged to prepare a response in the form of a conceptual plan to conduct theater-level military operations. In addition, the panels identified key insights. At the end of each move, each opposing pair (Blue 1/Red 1 and Blue 2/Red 2) conducted an AAR under direction of the Chief Mentor and with input from the SIP.
If so, how should he be selected? If he were the commander of Army forces, how could his headquarters control air forces effectively from the field? What exercise activity—at the National Training Center or Nellis Air Force Base, for example—would be required to fully develop a concept for integration and assure its smooth execution? Target Discrimination Objective Force units will need the ability to distinguish between real and false targets. During ATWG 2000, Red attempted to overload Blue ISR and TPED using decoys and jamming.