Critics of network-centric warfare believe there are some flaws in the new doctrine that are not getting enough attention in the Defense Dept. But now that net-centric warfare is such a widely accepted premise of how the U.S. military should fight in the 21st century, spotlighting the potential problems won't be easy, they say. Loren B. Thompson, chief operating officer of the Lexington Institute public-policy think tank and a national security specialist, said he sees three ...

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