The promise and potential of network-centric warfare (NCW) is reshaping U.S. military doctrine, operations and acquisition plans. Much of the impetus has come from innovative troops in combat and forward-thinking Pentagon "mavericks," who believe warfighting tenets must change dramatically to meet current and projected threats. Early vague concepts about the military potential of networks evolved from "complexity theory," a multidisciplinary field that draws on mathematics, economics, ...

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