The ability to spot and kill a target within a few minutes--an icon of network-centric warfare--may not approach reality for another decade. But the digital sinews that will bind the system together and propel information through the network are beginning to function and cooperate The problems associated with formulating and then stringing together enough compatible technology to host network-centric operations are immense. And the issues are more than just technological--they extend ...

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