This monograph has footnotes, charts, definition of terms, bibliography, and several appendixes. It is from U.S. Army Command and General Staff College and Jeffrey L. Caton (U.S. Air Force).“The Capstone Concept for Joint Operations predicts that space and cyberspace will become increasingly important to joint operations and ‘will become both а precursor to and integral part of armed combat in the...
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time and air domains.’ How are U.S. military operations in the newest domains of space and cyberspace being integrated with operations in the traditional domain of land? In this monograph, Mr. Jeffrey Caton explores various aspects of this question by examining existing doctrine, operations in multiple domains, and future operations. His work was completed before the April 2017 release of the U.S. Army Field Manual (FM) 3-12, Cyberspace and Electronic Warfare Operations. He argues that the current state of military doctrine in the relatively new domains of space and cyberspace includes adequate means to support land-based joint operations. Further, he contends that knowledge of the nature of these new domains is not intuitive and understanding their unique characteristics and capabilities is still a challenge for the military force writ large. To address some of the challenges facing cross-domain operations, Mr. Caton provides recommendations in the areas of domain definitions, command relationships, and military theory. This monograph should inform the current work of the Army and Marine Corps in their exploration of the multi-domain battle concept.”About the Author: Jeffrey L. Caton served on the U.S. Army War College (USAWC) faculty, including Associate Professor of Cyberspace Operations and Defense Transformation Chair. He has presented lectures on cyberspace and space issues related to international security in the United States, Sweden, the United Kingdom, Estonia, Kazakhstan, and the Czech Republic, supporting programs such as the Partnership for Peace Consortium and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Cooperative Cyber Defence Center of Excellence. He served 28 years in the U.S. Air Force working in engineering, space operations, joint operations, and foreign military sales including command at the squadron and group level.