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The Issue of Command and Control in Network Centric Systems
of THE ISSUE OF COMMAND AND CONTROL IN NETWORK CENTRIC SYSTEMS Network Centric Warfare (NCW) promises enormous military advantages including information superiority, self-synchronization and increased decision making speed. However, with these advantages comes the capacity of the operational commander to exert too much control over the tactical levels of his command. The problem with the operational commander becoming involved in the tactical level is two fold. First, the operational commanderdoi:10.21236/ada389564 fatcat:wy2ejftuand2vgavhsaz5r4uwu