Joint, Combined Ops In Libya Were Flawed

Complaints are now being aired by U.S. and allied participants about the cobbled together, understaffed and segmented joint and combined command and control system used to manage combat in Libya. In particular, some early U.S. Navy missile attacks were launched without coordination with the air...

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