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Allies in the Multi-Domain Task Force


The scale and highly integrated nature of the US’s Multi-Domain Operations concept for future warfare requires coordination, mutual understanding of capabilities and permissions sharing between armed services. These exceed what NATO allies can currently achieve

Over the past three decades of humanitarian interventions and counterinsurgency operations adversaries have carefully studied how Western forces approach warfare and developed means to counter them. Such means include massed precision standoff capabilities; communications denial, cyber and information operations; and high-lethality cover-agnostic munitions. These capabilities render Western logistics vulnerable, undermine political support for operations, and threaten to

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WRITTEN BY

Dr Jack Watling

Research Fellow, Land Warfare

Military Sciences

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