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The 107th edition of the Chairman’s journal brings the latest from the U.S. Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) along wi...
10/26/2022
Joint Force Quarterly Issue 107

The 107th edition of the Chairman’s journal brings the latest from the U.S. Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) along with highlights from the 16th annual Secretary of Defense and 41st annual Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Essay Competitions. As you read through this edition, we encourage you to comment on war, peace, and the in-between, as that is where you will always find the joint force.

We invite you to comment on war, peace, and the in-between, as that is where you will always find the joint force.

Is the era of uncontested U.S. military superiority over?  Allison and Glick-Unterman suggest the United States would li...
10/05/2022
The 21st Century's Great Military Rivalry

Is the era of uncontested U.S. military superiority over? Allison and Glick-Unterman suggest the United States would likely lose a “limited war” over Taiwan or along China’s periphery—or have to choose between losing and stepping up the escalation ladder to a wider war.

The era of uncontested U.S. military superiority is likely over. While America’s position as a global military superpower remains unique—both China and Russia are now serious military rivals and even

RECOMMENDED READING: Sandworm: A New Era of Cyberwar and the Hunt for the Kremlin’s Most Dangerous Hackers.  Sandworm re...
09/30/2022
Sandworm: A New Era of Cyberwar and the Hunt for the Kremlin’s Most Dangerous Hackers

RECOMMENDED READING: Sandworm: A New Era of Cyberwar and the Hunt for the Kremlin’s Most Dangerous Hackers.

Sandworm reads like a fiction crime thriller but raises the alarm about a looming nonfiction threat: unrestricted cyber war. Andy Greenberg, the author and a senior writer for Wired, cautions readers that the next cyber doomsday is not a matter of if but when.

Sandworm reads like a fiction crime thriller but raises the alarm about a looming nonfiction threat: unrestricted cyber war. Andy Greenberg, the author and a senior writer for Wired, cautions readers

 Jinping commands the PLA, but who advises him on military matters? What kinds of officers sit atop the pyramid? How do ...
09/28/2022
Gray Dragons: Assessing China’s Senior Military Leadership

Jinping commands the PLA, but who advises him on military matters? What kinds of officers sit atop the pyramid? How do their careers unfold? What leadership challenges would they face in a war? Senior Research Fellow, Joel Wuthnow, discusses this and more in his new monograph.

This report analyzes more than 300 biographies of senior Chinese military officers from 2015 and 2021 to assess the composition, demographics, and career patterns of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA)

The 2nd edition of "Crafting Strategy for Irregular Warfare: A Framework for Analysis and Action" is now out. The monogr...
09/26/2022
Crafting Strategy for Irregular Warfare: A Framework for Analysis and Action (2nd Edition)

The 2nd edition of "Crafting Strategy for Irregular Warfare: A Framework for Analysis and Action" is now out. The monograph explains the pedagogical approach to irregular warfare used at The College of International Security Affairs.

The 2nd edition includes an appendix that offers a study guide for how to apply the framework being introduced. This synopsis should be particularly helpful for practitioners seeking to use this method in their own construction of analysis and response to IW problems.

The United States, and the West, struggle to understand and respond to irregular warfare, whether by states or nonstate actors. Attempts to master the art have generated much new jargon, ranging from

Ukraine's innovative use of international investment law is holding Russia financially liable for damages arising out of...
08/09/2022
Lawfare in Ukraine: Weaponizing International Investment Law and the Law of Armed Conflict

Ukraine's innovative use of international investment law is holding Russia financially liable for damages arising out of the 2014 invasion of occupation of Crimea. This use of “lawfare” strategy can be further leveraged considering Russia’s renewed military invasion of Ukraine in 2022.

This paper explores Ukraine’s innovative use of international investment law to hold Russia financially liable for damages arising out of its 2014 invasion and occupation of Crimea, and how this use

Current cyber conflict looks very similar to traditional conflict models. The difference from traditional power dynamics...
08/05/2022
Cyber in the Shadows: Why the Future of Cyber Operations Will Be Covert

Current cyber conflict looks very similar to traditional conflict models. The difference from traditional power dynamics offered by the cyber domain, however, is the asymmetrical advantage of technology for would-be actors. This new element of national power allows weaker actors to “punch above their weight” in competition or conflict with Great Powers in a unipolar or multipolar world.

Current cyber conflict looks very similar to traditional conflict models. The difference from traditional power dynamics offered by the cyber domain, however, is the asymmetrical advantage of

As we drop the third quarter edition of JFQ, we hope you enjoy what our authors have to offer. Highlights of 106 include...
07/28/2022
Joint Force Quarterly Issue 106

As we drop the third quarter edition of JFQ, we hope you enjoy what our authors have to offer. Highlights of 106 include discussions on future cyber operations, learning within insurgent groups, and how law powerfully affects Great Power competition. We encourage you to join in the conversation by weighing in on the articles.

Jointness must be constantly taught and never taken for granted.

Doug Farah and Marianne Richardson compare key aspects of MS-13 and PCC composition and behavior: objectives,constituenc...
05/26/2022
Gangs No Longer: Reassessing Transnational Armed Groups in the Western Hemisphere

Doug Farah and Marianne Richardson compare key aspects of MS-13 and PCC composition and behavior: objectives,
constituencies and alliances, capabilities, markets, and impact. They then assesses the impact on regional stability and implications for U.S. policy.

Download PDFExecutive SummaryMS-13 (Mara Salvatrucha) in the Northern Triangle of Central America and the Primeiro Comando da Capital (PCC; First Command of the Capital), based in São Paulo, Brazil,

The People’s Republic of China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) presents the most significant military challenge to the ...
05/16/2022
Persistent Knowledge Gaps in the Chinese Defense Budget

The People’s Republic of China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) presents the most significant military challenge to the United States and its allies. It is imperative for us to understand PLA funding to enhance our understanding of the role of the military instrument in PRC foreign policy.

To a large extent, defense budget transparency is an area in which the United States leads the world; the United States and other nations should publicly engage and push the PRC to meet a similar

How will the future viability of a quantum Internet shape the strategic environment for U.S. military forces?The Army Cy...
04/27/2022
The Quantum Internet: How DOD Can Prepare

How will the future viability of a quantum Internet shape the strategic environment for U.S. military forces?

The Army Cyber Institute at West Point West Point - The U.S. Military Academy

The future viability of a quantum Internet could shape the strategic environment for U.S. military forces. This environment comprises the critical operational areas in which DOD finds itself during

What happens when American forces are working off one legal framework while partner nations are governed by another? Doe...
04/21/2022
Fog of Warfare: Broadening U.S. Military Use-of-Force Training for Security Cooperation

What happens when American forces are working off one legal framework while partner nations are governed by another? Does the U.S. need to broaden its doctrine and revise its policy on use of force during security cooperation activities? Dr. Patrick Paterson, Professor in the William J. Perry Center For Hemispheric Defense Studies, explores the nature of contemporary conflicts.

This article examines the nature of contemporary conflicts from two perspectives: the legal references that guide operations and the rules on the use of force. It describes the key differences between

The newest edition of Joint Force Quarterly is now online. This issue features an interview with General Richard D. Clar...
04/15/2022
Joint Force Quarterly Issue 105

The newest edition of Joint Force Quarterly is now online. This issue features an interview with General Richard D. Clarke, USA, along with a Special Feature focusing on today's United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM). Futurists will especially like this issue's Forum, with articles covering a wide range of ideas from the future of the Internet to dealing with China's navigation satellites.

This issue features an interview with Richard D. Clarke and the quantum internet.

RECOMMENDED WEEKEND READ: The Kill Chain: Defending American in the Future of High-Tech Warfare. According to LTC Daniel...
03/18/2022
The Kill Chain

RECOMMENDED WEEKEND READ: The Kill Chain: Defending American in the Future of High-Tech Warfare.

According to LTC Daniel Sukman, an U.S. Army Strategist (FA59) serving on the faculty at the Joint Forces Staff College, The Kill Chain will certainly appeal to senior uniformed and civilian national security leaders. For the joint force, the book provides a way of thinking about future force development and design with an emphasis on new technologies that can fundamentally change the character of war.

In March, the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command commander warned in testimony to Congress that China could attempt to take control of Taiwan in the next decade. In The Kill Chain, by Christian Brose, the

A member of the Ukrainian National Presidential Orchestra plays her cello during a concert in Kyiv, Ukraine. The U.S. Ai...
03/10/2022

A member of the Ukrainian National Presidential Orchestra plays her cello during a concert in Kyiv, Ukraine. The U.S. Air Forces in Europe Band, along with partner nations Great Britain and Ukraine, performed the concert for the citizens of Kyiv in celebration of Ukraine's Independence, August 23, 2021 (U.S. Army/Christopher Brecht).


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Ukrainian special forces soldiers prepare for a mission with the 12th Combat Aviation Brigade and U.S. Army's 10th Speci...
03/03/2022

Ukrainian special forces soldiers prepare for a mission with the 12th Combat Aviation Brigade and U.S. Army's 10th Special Forces Group during exercise Combined Resolve 16 in Hohenfels, Germany, December 8, 2021 (U.S. Army/Patrik Orcutt)

Written in March 2019, this "geostrategic primer" offers an enlightening history of U.S. and Western relations with Russ...
03/02/2022
Russian Challenges from Now into the Next Generation: A Geostrategic Primer

Written in March 2019, this "geostrategic primer" offers an enlightening history of U.S. and Western relations with Russia.

U.S. and Western relations with Russia remain challenged as Russia increasingly reasserts itself on the global stage. Russia remains driven by a worldview based on existential threats—real, perceived,

Bob Ross, creator and host of The Joy of Painting, spent 20 years in the United States Air Force and retired as a master...
02/24/2022

Bob Ross, creator and host of The Joy of Painting, spent 20 years in the United States Air Force and retired as a master sergeant. In 1961, 18-year-old Ross enlisted in the USAF and served as a medical records technician and as first sergeant of the clinic at Eielson Air Force Base in Alaska. He became interested in painting after attending an art class at the Anchorage USO club and he used a wet-on-wet oil painting technique that allowed him to work quickly. Recalling his time in the Air Force, Ross told the Orlando Sentinel, “I was the guy who makes you scrub the latrine, the guy who makes you make your bed, the guy who screams at you for being late to work. The job requires you to be a mean, tough person. And I was fed up with it.” Ross decided he would not raise his voice once he left the military, and he went on to create countless “happy little trees” and “happy accidents” for TV viewers around the world.

To be effective in a differentiated world, strategists must answer three basic questions: What do we wish to achieve? Ho...
02/22/2022
Competing Regionally: Developing Theater Strategy

To be effective in a differentiated world, strategists must answer three basic questions: What do we wish to achieve? How do we get there? And what resources are available? Though the first question is largely the domain of civilian policymakers, military officers are expected to advise and ultimately implement strategy.

The past two decades have been tough for strategists. Large-scale efforts in Central Asia and the Middle East did not bring the successes policymakers demanded, despite considerable blood and treasure

Are we overcomplicating war?
02/22/2022
Can we please stop talking about domains?

Are we overcomplicating war?

At some point we began labeling specific maneuver spaces as domains, and in so doing we made multidomain operations unachievable. Instead of joint all-domain concepts, we need joint all-capability effects.

Lt. Col. Justin Elliott,  States Air Force Air Demonstration Squadron “Thunderbirds” commander, leads a formation of fiv...
02/18/2022

Lt. Col. Justin Elliott, States Air Force Air Demonstration Squadron “Thunderbirds” commander, leads a formation of five F-16 Fighting Falcons during a maneuver over Fort Huachuca, Ariz., Jan. 28, 2022. (U.S. Air Force photo by Air Force Staff Sgt. Andrew Sarver)

As the United Nations begins a process to develop a global treaty on cybercrime, countries are having a tough time agree...
02/18/2022
The Quixotic Quest to Tackle Global Cybercrime

As the United Nations begins a process to develop a global treaty on cybercrime, countries are having a tough time agreeing on what "cybercrime" is. With no shared definition and vastly different perspectives on what it should encompass, governments may find it hard to bridge competing interests.

Some countries want a global cybercrime treaty—they just can’t agree what “cybercrime” is.

RECOMMENDED READING:  James Farwell’s Information Warfare. BLUF:  Information Warfare is worth the read. Planners and st...
02/16/2022
Information Warfare

RECOMMENDED READING: James Farwell’s Information Warfare.
BLUF: Information Warfare is worth the read. Planners and staff across the joint force, not only those responsible for communication or information, will find useful insights that will immediately benefit the strategies and plans they develop.

What is communication strategy? What steps should defense leaders and planners take to build such a strategy? Curiously, in James Farwell’s Information Warfare, he answers the second question without

Applications for the 2022 Class of the Program for Emerging Leaders (PEL) will be accepted through midnight on 1 March 2...
02/14/2022
Registration Now Open for the 2022 Program for Emerging Leaders (PEL)

Applications for the 2022 Class of the Program for Emerging Leaders (PEL) will be accepted through midnight on 1 March 2022. PEL aims to foster a community of rising U.S. government leaders with the knowledge and skillset to respond to the dangers of WMD.

Applications for the 2022 Class of the Program for Emerging Leaders (PEL) will be accepted through midnight on 1 March 2022. PEL aims to foster a community of rising U.S. government leaders with the

Social media propaganda toward Western countries has become increasingly complex, systematic, and effective. The joint f...
02/12/2022
Misleading a Pandemic: The Viral Effects of Chinese Propaganda and the Coronavirus

Social media propaganda toward Western countries has become increasingly complex, systematic, and effective. The joint force should work to better understand the changing character of war and the deliberate weaponization of social media among Great Power competitors.

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the world, including strained diplomatic ties and blurred perceptions of who or what is responsible for its origins. In response to allegations,

New RAND Corporation study suggests a low level of investment could build a robust system for news manipulation detectio...
02/10/2022
Tracking News Manipulation by Malicious State Actors

New RAND Corporation study suggests a low level of investment could build a robust system for news manipulation detection at the state-actor level.

During the pandemic, both Russia and China used authoritarian power over the media to manipulate the news. What can be done to better detect such propaganda campaigns—and guard against them in the future?

It's National Pizza Day!  In 2018, the Army added the holy grail of field rations: M.R.E. pizza.  This Sicilian-style sl...
02/09/2022
A Breakthrough for U.S. Troops: Combat-Ready Pizza (Published 2018)

It's National Pizza Day! In 2018, the Army added the holy grail of field rations: M.R.E. pizza. This Sicilian-style slice is scattered with melt-proof shreds of mozzarella and pebbles of mild pepperoni, sealed in a dun-colored laminate pouch.

The latest entree to join the Army’s roster of M.R.E. field rations is a Sicilian-style slice that stays fresh for years and took decades to develop.

Students of the Marine Corps Martial Arts Center of Excellence participate in the course-culminating event at The Basic ...
02/08/2022

Students of the Marine Corps Martial Arts Center of Excellence participate in the course-culminating event at The Basic School, Marine Corps Base Quantico, March 27, 2019.

(Photo by Staff Sgt. Melissa Marnell)

Nine service members set to compete in the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, with one Vermont National Guardsman standing by...
02/07/2022
Here are the troops competing in the Beijing Winter Olympics

Nine service members set to compete in the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, with one Vermont National Guardsman standing by as an alternate.

One Airman and eight soldiers will be representing Team USA in the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics this month.

In this podcast, Dr. Frank Hoffman, Distinguished Research Fellow at the Institute for National Strategic Studies (INSS)...
02/05/2022
Dr. Frank Hoffman – Defeat Mechanisms in Modern Warfare — SSI

In this podcast, Dr. Frank Hoffman, Distinguished Research Fellow at the Institute for National Strategic Studies (INSS), discusses several conceptual efforts to better posture US military for success and future wars. Specifically, exploring the debate between service and joint operating concepts and the opportunities and vulnerabilities of cyber-enabled systems to produce decisive effects at the operational level of war.

This article explores the current debate about service and Joint operating concepts, starting with the Army’s multi-domain operations concept. It argues for adaptations to an old operational design technique—defeat mechanisms; updates to Joint and service planning doctrine; and discipline regard...

There are conflicting assertions about the implications of the U.S., Russia, and China developing and deploying high-spe...
02/05/2022
Analyzing the Potential Disruptive Effects of Hypersonic Missiles on Strategy and Joint Wa

There are conflicting assertions about the implications of the U.S., Russia, and China developing and deploying high-speed maneuvering weapons delivery systems—more commonly referred to as hypersonic missiles to conduct warfare. To better understand military operations featuring hypersonic missiles, the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) should initiate a campaign of experimentation, “a process of discovery about new military operational concepts and capabilities.”

There are conflicting assertions about the implications of the United States, Russia, and China developing and deploying high-speed maneuvering weapons delivery systems—more commonly referred to as

While there are unmistakable structural similarities in the geopolitical environment, the Beijing Winter Olympics that b...
02/03/2022
Great Power Competition and Beijing’s Olympic Moment - Foreign Policy Research Institute

While there are unmistakable structural similarities in the geopolitical environment, the Beijing Winter Olympics that begins tomorrow will not become Berlin 1936. Tom Lynch, Distinguished Research Fellow at Institute for National Strategic Studies (INSS), provides an analysis of the critical differences between Berlin 1936 and Beijing 2022 in his latest publication, "Great Power Competition and Beijing’s Olympic Moment," published by the Foreign Policy Research Institute.

The assessments and conclusions in this analysis are those of the author alone and do not necessarily represent those of National Defense University, the

In a constrained 10-month master’s program that must meet the tasks stipulated in the accreditation requirements, an out...
02/03/2022
Educating Senior Service College Students on Emerging and Disruptive Technologies

In a constrained 10-month master’s program that must meet the tasks stipulated in the accreditation requirements, an outcomes-based military education has no room for extraneous material. The unfortunate reality is that adding important topics or material to the Senior Service college curriculum requires removing equally important material—and often upsets the delicate balance that has built over time.

In a constrained 10-month master’s degree program that must meet and excel at the tasks stipulated in the joint professional military education (JPME) program for the Process of Accreditation of Joint

Strategists often ask “With the means available right now, what end can we achieve?” However, in strategy design it can ...
02/02/2022
“We Choose to Go to the Moon”: An Analysis of a Cold War Means-Developing Strategy

Strategists often ask “With the means available right now, what end can we achieve?” However, in strategy design it can be more appropriate to ask, “What is the desired end, and what means are available to achieve it?” The answer to this question may be, “If this is the desired end, first this new capability has to be created.” This case study examines how Kennedy determined he could achieve his ends (beat the Soviets in the world competition) in a particular way (shape the world conversation) using means yet to be created (the moon landing).

Strategists often ask “With the means available right now, what end can we achieve?” However, in strategy design it can be more appropriate to ask, “What is the desired end, and what means are

China’s military structure is built on the notion that the PLA must be prepared to fight in many theaters at once. By ne...
02/01/2022
Defending Taiwan in an Expanded Competitive Space

China’s military structure is built on the notion that the PLA must be prepared to fight in many theaters at once. By necessity, it contains a centralized command and control and logistics system designed to manage and reallocate forces in a war. Targeting those critical links would complicate Chinese decisionmaking, reduce the PLA’s capacity to mass forces, and support U.S. and Taiwan operations in the main theater.

Taiwan’s defense has always been precarious, and the dangers are only likely to grow as China’s power increases. Looking at Taiwan’s defense through a competitive strategy lens suggests different

One of the most valuable attributes of airpower in warfare is the ability to fly to anywhere from anywhere, avoiding ter...
01/31/2022
Above or Beyond: Overflight Considerations for U.S. Military Aircraft

One of the most valuable attributes of airpower in warfare is the ability to fly to anywhere from anywhere, avoiding terrain and hostile forces alike. But a complicated patchwork of bilateral arrangements, open-skies regimes, and international legal frameworks divides the sky.

One of the most valuable attributes of airpower in warfare is the ability to fly to anywhere from anywhere, avoiding terrain and hostile forces alike. But despite this seeming omnipresence,

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The offense-defense balance is shifting in each of the 6 warfighting domains. Interactions between the domains could further reinforce the defense. What does the shift to defense dominance mean for the Nation?
More praise for Claudia Hauer's (St. John's College) 'Strategic Humanism: Lessons on Leadership from the Ancient Greeks'! Check out Christopher Kuennen's excellent review of the book in Joint Force Quarterly from National Defense University Press - NDU Press:
Simplicity: A Tool for Working with Complexity and Chaos

"If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough."
- Anonymous

The U.S. Army, and joint force as a whole, tend to add processes, checklists, and complexity in their attempts to provide doctrinal solutions for generating understanding. Dale Eikmeier, an instructor at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, provides multiple examples of this in the linked National Defense University Press - NDU Press article. To combat our trained tendency to complicate things, Eikmeier recommends adopting heuristics to achieve simplification with the end goal of promoting agile thinking and increasing the speed of decision making.

HEURISTICS DEFINED:
- Recognition or Availability Heuristic: a tool that aids problem-solving and decision-making by making already stored information more easily recalled (recall tool).
- Representative Heuristic: a tool that aids decision-making by providing a mental prototype to compare with the current situation (model for comparison).

HOW HEURISTICS WORK:

1. Limited Memory - We all have limited memory. Packaging information into manageable, easily remembered bundles using an availability heuristic enables people to rapidly recall the information they need, even during a crisis.

2. Complexity-Induced Procrastination - Using a framework or model, a representative heuristic, enables people to overcome the inertia commonly associated with boatloads of complex information and jumpstart problem-solving and decision-making. These simple models prevent people from becoming lost in the details of laborious processes without grasping the big picture.

3. Distraction Caused by Overload - This is simply recognizing that the answer to information overload is less, not more.

BENEFITS OF HEURISTICS AND SIMPLICITY:
- Reduce complexity.
- Provide a manageable set of choices for action.
- Combat "paralysis by analysis."
- Facilitate informed, timely, and acceptable problem-solving and decision-making solutions.

CAUTIONS AND LIMITATIONS:
- An unthinking use of heuristics can lead to bias and poor judgment.
- Tendency to oversimplify that which is not actually simple.
**To overcome these limitations, understand how to use heuristics as well as which biases they can lead to. Pair this understanding with critical thinking.
**When time allows, conduct a more detailed study of complex environments and problems using heuristics as a start point only, then reassess and adjust accordingly.

FAMILIAR EXAMPLES: METT-C, OCOKA, DIME, PMESII-PT

LESS FAMILIAR EXAMPLES: RAFT (Relationships, Actors, Functions, and Tensions), RCP (Remove, Change, and Provide)

Remember, the key to time-sensitive decision-making in complex and chaotic situations is simplicity, not complexity. Use heuristics as one of many tools to accomplish this simplification!

This article has a lot more to unpack. I recommend you read it completely and save it for future reference and as a tool for a future LPD. Read the whole article here: https://ndupress.ndu.edu/Media/News/News-Article-View/Article/1737131/simplicity-a-tool-for-working-with-complexity-and-chaos/fbclid/IwAR1qo-2Y1g7qC1wLdQBPLONHYXCSSFTVI6va0QHyCoJ5xSxVe31n8DKZZJo/

What are some heuristics you have used?

Do you agree with the author's thesis?

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