Improving the Decision Making Abilities of Small Unit Leaders

Popp, R. (Co-Chair), Williams, M. (Co-Chair), Beling, P., Canon-Bowers, J., Grafton, S., Hackwood, S., Kolitz, S. … Zacharias, G.

Committee on Improving the Decision Making Abilities of Small Unit Leaders; Naval Studies Board; Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences; National Research Council

For the past decade, the U.S. Marine Corps and its sister services have been engaged in what has been termed “hybrid warfare,” which ranges from active combat to civilian support. Hybrid warfare typically occurs in environments where all modes of war are employed, such as conventional weapons, irregular tactics, terrorism, disruptive technologies, and criminality to destabilize an existing order.

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