Landforce 2010: Some Implications of Technology for ADF Future Land Force Doctrine, Leadership and Structures
Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University, 1992 - Australia - 97 pages
New developments in military technology of significance to Australia are examined and their implications for ADF land force doctrine and leadership, and combat and force structures are considered.
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Implications for Doctrine
Implications for Combat Force
The Potential for Change
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