Strategic Direction And Global Surveillance Essay

1589 Words Sep 23rd, 2016 7 Pages
Joint Force 2025 requires general capabilities in a global surveillance and strike (GSS) network, naval ships and air investments and ensuring cyber technology outpaces adversaries. These capabilities are needed based on the current strategic direction and global security environment. Satellites and cyber technology will be part of the design of the system. The U.S. military will be able to strike quickly and remain engaged for increased periods while additional forces move to the area of concern using the GSS system. Increased Naval and Air investments in submarines, ships, aircraft, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV’s) and unmanned underwater vehicles (UUV’s) is critical. The Navy and Air Force allows us to project power to areas of the world far from our base of operations. Air power also enables us to provide support for ground forces and deterrence and denial of enemy forces. Cyber investments and security are critical because cyber technology will increasingly be the engine that runs our future military and allows us to attack adversary’s cyber networks and infrastructure. After each capability are associated Risk.
The GSS network will be a vital piece for rebalancing the force in 2025. This network will enable the joint force to better utilize capabilities of “unmanned systems and automation, extended-range and low-observable air operations, undersea warfare, and complex system engineering and integration.” A network tracking and control system will help deploy…

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