3 edition of New approach for measuring the operational value of intelligence for military operations found in the catalog.
|Statement||Edison Cesar ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Cesar, Edison, 1924-, United States. Army., Rand Corporation.|
|LC Classifications||UB251.U5 N48 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxi, 147 p. :|
|Number of Pages||147|
|LC Control Number||93019703|
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Policymakers have long needed an improved analytic basis for their investment decisions regarding military intelligence assets. This report presents a new methodology for measuring the operational value of military intelligence, electronic warfare, and target acquisition (IEW/TA) and also describes two prototype models for studying IEW/TA in an operational : Edison Cesar, Patrick D.
Allen, Steven C. Bankes, John R. Bondanella, Rick Eden, H. Hall, Clairic. Get this from a library. A New approach for measuring the operational value of intelligence for military operations: final report. [Edison Cesar; United States. Army.; Rand Corporation.;] -- Policymakers have long needed an improved analytic basis for their investment decisions regarding military intelligence assets.
This report presents a new methodology for measuring the operational. Finding a New Approach to Measure the Operational Value of Intelligence for Military Operations. Annotated Briefing. by Edison Cesar, Patrick D. Allen, Rick Eden. Related Topics: Electronic Intelligence, Information Operations, Military Intelligence, Warfare and Military Operations; Citation; EmbedCited by: 1.
The book is very well written and researched. It uses specific examples in history to support the authors view of how intelligence effects military operations. I would recommend the book to anyone interested in understanding how intelligence helps or hinders military operations.5/5(4).
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