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Space Power Integration Perspectives from Space Weapons Officers

By Brown, Kendall K.

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Book Id: WPLBN0000698620
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File Size: 9.17 MB.
Reproduction Date: 2005
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Title: Space Power Integration Perspectives from Space Weapons Officers  
Author: Brown, Kendall K.
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Language: English
Subject: Instructional materials, Armed Forces, Air University (U.S.)
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Brown, K. K. (n.d.). Space Power Integration Perspectives from Space Weapons Officers. Retrieved from http://community.worldlibrary.net/


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Introduction: Lieutenant Colonel Kendall K. Brown, USAFR, PhD In March 2005 the first Space Weapons Officer Air and Space Integration Conference was held at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, as a joint effort between Air Force Space Command (AFSPC) and Air Education and Training Command. As then- AFSPC commander Gen Lance Lord stated in the invitation to the cadre of space weapons officers (SWO):1 ?We want to hear from the Space Weapons Officers on the best way to integrate space capabilities at the operational level of warfare. What do they think is the best way to do business? Differing views are okay. Articulate pros/cons and support with past experiences-- what?s worked, what hasn?t.? General Lord envisioned a regular event where SWOs would gather in the spirit of the Air Corps Tactical School to discuss, argue, and generate new ideas that could then be tested in war games and exercises for incorporation in doctrine, organization, strategy, tactics, and procedures. General Lord set the stage for the conference with his introductory remarks:

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: About the Editor, Vii - Acknowledgments, Ix - Introduction, Xi - Note, Xiii - 1 Space Coordinating Authority: - Information Services From Space, 1 - Maj Tyler M. Evans - Notes, 22 - 2 Oriented Toward Superiority: Counterspace - Operations And the Counterterrorism Fight, 25 - Lt Col Michael J. Lutton - Notes, 59 - 3 It Isn?t Space, It?s Warfare! Joint Warfighting - Space And the Command And Control of - Deployable Space Forces, 65 - Maj Mark A. Schuler - Notes, 86 - 4 Space Expeditionary Power: A Polemic - Strategy for Space Forces Integration, 89 - Maj Patrick A. Brown And - Maj John F. Duda - Notes, 106 - 5 Theater Space Operations In - A Warfighting Headquarters, 107 - Maj John R. Thomas - Notes, 116

 

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