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  • 1. Asymmetric W f A y t i Warfare 1

2. ........ MBA 6 Critical Path Method Project Planning, . .Scheduling and Control Booz-Booz-Allen & Hamilton, USA Enhance International Peacekeeping http://tortaharn.netCapabilities (EIPC) Instructors Course, The Center for Civil- MilitaryCivil- . (.) (.26, .37) . (.) (.26, .37)Relations, Naval Postgraduate School, . () . . (.USA MS (Engineering Management) MS. System Training with Industry Florida Institute of Technology (Topic in Networking and Designing), Ph.D. (Operations Research) Florida Booz- Booz-Allen & Hamilton, USA Institute of Technology .. (.90) . .90)- .. .. .. . . .- 311 . .. . - 287 . .- / / . . - . .. . . .. ... . . . .. . .. - 2 .. .. .. 3. 4 5 3 4. 4 5. 5 6. 6 7. 7 8. 8 9. Principles of War Principles ofPrinciples ofModernized Principles of Operations Other Operations War than WarObjective Obj i Objective Obj iObjectiveObj iInformed I i h I fd Insight Offensive Perseverance OffensiveStrategic Anchoring MassLegitimacy Massed Effects Durability Economy of ForceRestraintEconomy of Force Unity of EffectManeuver-Maneuver Engagement Dominance g g Unity of CommandUnity of EffortUnity of EffortPerceived Worthiness SecuritySecurity Security Adaptability Surprise-Surprise Culminating Power Simplicity-Simplicity - - -Morale - - -Exploitation -9 10. 2 ( x ) 3 ( x x ) ( 4 ( x x x ) 5 ( x x x x )10 11. 11 12. (Information Systems) (A t (Autonomous Systems)S t ) (Speed) (Size)12 13. (Information Technology) (Material Technology) (Energy and Propulsion Technology) (Human Performance Technology) (Biotechnology) (Derivative System Technology)13 14. 14 15. 16. 16 17. (Asymmetry) ..2538 Joint Publication 1(JP1), Joint Warfare of the Armed Forces of the United States 2544 ..2544 Asymmetry and U.S. Military Strategy: Definition, Background, and Strategic Concepts Dr. Steven Metz Dr. Douglas V. Johnson II Strategic Studies Institute (SSI) Publication Functional Studies--Strategic Theory and Practice 2 17 18. "In the realm of military affairs and national security, asymmetry is acting, organizing, and thinking differently than opponents in order to maximize ones own advantages, exploit an opponents weaknesses, attain the initiative,, or g g gain greater freedom of action. It can be p political-strategic,, g military-strategic, operational, or a combination of these. It can entail different methods technologies, values, organizations, time perspectives, methods, technologies values organizationsperspectives or some combination of these. It can be short-term or long-term. It can be deliberate or by default. It can be discrete or pursued in conjunction with symmetric approaches. It can have both psychological and physical dimensions. 18 : Asymmetry and U.S. Military Strategy: Definition, Background, and Strategic Concepts 19. Asymmetric Warfare" can describe a conflict in which the resources of two belligerents differ in essence and in the struggle, interact and attempt to exploit each other's characteristic weaknesses. Such struggles often involve strategies and tactics of unconventional warfare, the "weaker" combatants attempting to use weaker strategy to offset deficiencies in quantity or quality. : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asymmetric_warfare 19 20. 20 21. 21 22. 22 23. 3 " "Win the Heart and Mind"23 24. Shock and Awe (Rapid Dominance) (Effects-Based Operations: EBO) 24 25. Shock and Awe Shock and Awe 25 26. Rapid Dominance p Rapid DominanceDecisive Force / 26 27. (1) 27 28. (2) 28 29. 29 30. 31. 31 32. 4 Col William S. Lind The Col.S The Changing Face of War: Into the Fourth Generation (Marine Corps Gazette) .. .. 2532 (..1989) 22 26 4 (1) () (2) (3) (4) 32 33. 4 1: Massed Manpower 33 34. 4 2: Firepower 34 35. 4 3: Maneuver (nonlinear tactics) (blitzkrieg) Observation-Orientation- Decision-Action Loop: OODA Loop Col. John Boyd 3 35 36. 4 4: Insurgency 4 GW (T. E. Lawrence) (Mao Zedong) () (g) 4 36 37. 4 4 WMD 37 (WMD) 37 38. 4 4 / 38 39. 5 5 Internet Sniper 39 40. 5 5 40 41. : (Exclusive Economic Zone: EEZ) 200 : Preemptive : / / : 41 42. / // // / () / WMD 42 43. .43 44. 47 45. . . 46. "If everyone is thinking alike, someoneIfeveryoneisthinkingalike,someone isn'tthinking." GeneralGeorgePattonJr. 51 47. 52 48. 53

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