Citation Edit

U.S. Army, The Army Capstone Concept (TRADOC Pamphlet 525-3-0) (Dec. 21, 2009) (full-text).

Overview Edit

This pamphlet recognizes that war is a contest of wills and in order to prevail, the Army must exert a psychological and technical influence as one of the concept's six supporting ideas. The capstone concept states that Army forces are increasingly dependent on electromagnetic, computer network, and space-based capabilities that are converging; therefore exerting technical influence will require forces that are prepared to fight and win on an emerging "cyber-electromagnetic battleground." Because technology that effects how information moves changes so rapidly, the Army must evaluate continuously what competencies and capabilities are required to gain, protect, and exploit advantages in highly contested cyberspace and EMS. This pamphlet supports the capstone concept by identifying required capabilities necessary for successful full-spectrum operations (FSO).

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