Two-Way Street or Two-Way Mirror? Will Canadas Future Army Be Able to Interoperate with the United States Army After Next at the Operational and Ta Charles D. Claggett

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Two-Way Street or Two-Way Mirror? Will Canadas Future Army Be Able to Interoperate with the United States Army After Next at the Operational and Ta  by  Charles D. Claggett

Two-Way Street or Two-Way Mirror? Will Canadas Future Army Be Able to Interoperate with the United States Army After Next at the Operational and Ta by Charles D. Claggett
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Multinational operations have been the norm in warfare and information management between multinational forces has long been an issue within alliances and in coalition warfare. The ongoing Revolution in Military Affairs (RMA) in informationMoreMultinational operations have been the norm in warfare and information management between multinational forces has long been an issue within alliances and in coalition warfare.

The ongoing Revolution in Military Affairs (RMA) in information technology (IT) and management (IM) has increased the level of difficulty associated with multinational information interoperability. Canadas Future Army (CFA) and the US Armys Objective Force (AAN) places a priority on information as a critical requirement for future missions. This is inherent in Canadian and US Army Doctrine manuals, Strategic Visions, and Future Army capability requirements.

Canada recognizes that it will not be able to possess all the operational and strategic ISR resources needed to ensure information superiority to properly support operational battle command. To compensate for this disparity, the Department of National Defense envisions a closer military link to U.S.

Forces to allow access to high-end ISR assets. As the US Army continues to move ahead along this technological azimuth, OPSEC concerns over a technological gap between US and other military has caused IM to become dysfunctional. This was the case in Kosovo and unless IM protocols are adjusted, the potential technological gap will not allow the AAN and CFA to share in the common operational picture that will be critical for future operations.



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