Land Operations 2021 - Adaptive Dispersed Operations: D2-188/2007E-PDF

The Force Employment Concept for Canada's Army of Tomorrow

To mitigate the unpredictability of future conflict and prepare the Army for the challenges it will face in the future, the Army has produced this publication which serves as the guide for Land Force development through to the year 2021. This capstone document was developed from a series of operating, functional, and enabling concepts that collectively describe an approach to future land operations characterized by the deliberate use of dispersion and aggregation undertaken by adaptive forces in order to create and sustain tactical advantage over adept, adaptive adversaries. In this environment, land forces will be a major contributor to the networked joint team producing integrated effects through adaptive dispersed operations.

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Department/Agency National Defence
Title Land Operations 2021 - Adaptive Dispersed Operations
Subtitle The Force Employment Concept for Canada's Army of Tomorrow
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Other Language Editions Other Language Editions: [French]
Format Electronic
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Note The catalogue number (D2-188/2007E) and ISBN (978-0-662-44742-9) for the print edition have been incorrectly copied in this electronic publication.
Date 2007
Number of Pages 46
ISBN 978-0-662-44743-6
Catalogue Number D2-188/2007E-PDF
Weekly Checklist Number 09-26
Subject Terms Subject Terms: Armed forces