CCRP publishes materials to extend the state of the art and explore the implications of information technology to national security, as well as related areas of command and control (C2) and information warfare.
The following is a current listing of CCRP-sponsored publications, some of which were published jointly with the National Defense University Press. Opinions, conclusions, and recommendations expressed or implied within are solely those of the authors. They do not necessarily represent the views of the Department of Defense, or any other U.S. Government agency. Cleared for public release; distrubution unlimited. Portions of these publications may be quoted or reprinted without further permission, with credit to the DoD C4ISR Cooperative Research Program, Washington, D.C. Courtesy copies of reviews would be appreciated. The publications are available for viewing in their entirety or as an abstract by clicking on the hyperlinked titles. To learn more about these publications, or to order a copy of one of these titles, contact our publications coordinator. Or, if you prefer, you can type in online and print out a fillable publication order form and fax or mail it to us.
Command and Control
Information Technologies and Information Warfare
Chamberlain, Sam "Default Operational Representations of Military Organizations"
Alberts, David S. "Coalition Command and Control: Peace Operations."
Alberts, David S. "Future of Command and Control with DBK."
Alberts, David S. "Mission Capability Packages." January 1995.
Alberts, David S. and Thomas J. Czerwinski. Complexity, Global Politics, and National Security. June 1997.
Alberts, David S. and Richard E. Hayes. Command Arrangements for Peace Operations. May 1995.
Allard, Kenneth. Command, Control, and the Common Defense (revised edition). October 1996.
Allard, Kenneth. The Future of C2: Information War, Turning Point.
Czerwinski. "Command and Control at the Crossroads."
Czerwinski, Tom. Coping with the Bounds: Speculations on Nonlinearity in Military Affairs. May 1998.
Kuehl. "Airpower and Electricity."
Kuehl. "Roles and Missions."
Libicki, Martin C. and Stuart E. Johnson, eds. Dominant Battlespace Knowledge. April 1996.
Maurer, Martha E. Coalition Command and Control. 1994. [Abstract]
Alberts, David S., Papp, Daniel S. Information Age Anthology Volume II. August 2000.
Alberts, David S. Defensive Information Warfare. August 1996.
Alberts, David S. The Unintended Consequences of Information Age Technologies. April 1996.
Alberts, David S., John J. Garstka and Frederick P. Stein. Network Centric Warfare - 2nd Edition . September 1999. PDF version .
Alberts, David S. and Richard E. Hayes. "Information Dominance: Bounding the Arena."
Alberts, David S. and Daniel S. Papp. Information Age Anthology. June 1997.
Greenberg, Lawrence T., Seymour E. Goodman, and Kevin J. Soo Hoo. Information Warfare and International Law. April 1998.
Krygiel, Annette J. Behind the Wizardís Curtain: An Integration Environment for a System of Systems*, August 1999. PDF version .
Libicki, Martin C. The Mesh and the Net. 1994. [Abstract]
Libicki, Martin C. "The Next Enemy." July 1995.
Libicki, Martin C. Standards: The Rough Road to the Common Byte. May 1995. Abstract
Libicki, Martin C. "What is Information Warfare?" May 1995.
Libicki, Martin C. What is Information Warfare. September 1995. [Preface]
Libicki, Martin C. and James Hazlett. "The Revolution in Military Affairs."
Round, Oscar and Earle Rudolph, Jr. "Civil Defense in the Information Age. War, Peace, and Diplomacy in the Information Age." September 1995.
Wheatley, Gary F. and Richard E. Hayes. Information Warfare and Deterrence. December 1996.
Allard, Kenneth. Somalia Operations: Lessons Learned. January 1995. [Abstract]
Avruch, Kevin, James L. Narel, and Pascale Combelles Siegel. Information Campaigns for Peace Operations. March 2000. PDF version.
The Center for Advanced Concepts and Technology. Operations Other Than War: The Technological Dimension. November 1995.
Combelles Siegel, Pascale. Target Bosnia: Integrating Information Activities in Peace Operations. NATO-Led Operations in Bosnia-Herzegovina, December 1995-1997. April 1998. PDF version.
Davidson, Lisa Witzig, Margaret Daly Hayes, and James J. Landon. Humanitarian and Peace Operations: NGOs and the Military in the Interagency Process. December 1996.
Hayes, Bradd C. and Jeffrey I. Sands. Doing Windows: Non-Traditional Military Responses to Complex Emergencies. February 1999. PDF version .
Hayes, Margaret Daly, and Wheatley, Gary F. (eds.). Interagency and Political-Military Dimensions of Peace Operations: Haiti - A Case Study. February 1996.
Howard, Nigel. Confrontation Analysis:
How to Win Operations Other Than War. October 1999. PDF version
Ullman, Harlan K., James P. Wade, L.A. "Bud" Edney, Charles A. Horner, Keith Brendley, Fred M. Franks, and Jonathan T. Howe. Shock and Awe: Achieving Rapid Dominance. December 1996.
Wentz, Larry, ed. Lessons from Bosnia: The IFOR Experience. April 1998.
Wheatley, Gary. "Other Military Operations and Technology." November 1995.
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* NOTE: Several of these papers have been published in the National Defense University's Strategic Forum series. The Strategic Forum provides summaries of work by members and guests of the Institute for National Strategic Studies and the National Defense University faculty. These include reports of original research, synopses of seminars and conferences, the results of unclassified war games, and digests of remarks by distinguished speakers.
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