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Command and control in modern warfare

This paper is the first in the Occasional Paper - Command and Leadership Series and is published in line with one of the Chief of Army’s primary tasks for AARC: to enhance the quality of leadership in Army. Nothing is more important to an army than the standard of its leaders. Success or failure in every military endeavour throughout history can be linked to the quality of leadership displayed, and therefore, any research which can positively impact on the quality of Australia’s future Army leadership is of paramount importance. AARC trusts that all leaders within Army will benefit from papers published in this series and that Army leadership may be enhanced through research such as this.

Command and control in modern warfare

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