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Aviation Urban Operations : Are We Training Like We Fight?

By: Lieutenant Colonel, Todd G. Kemper, USMC

The author contends that urban terrain has become the preferred battlespace of US adversaries in the early twenty-first century. This environment poses unique challenges, especially to air and space warfare. The difficulty of sorting friendlies from enemy combatants, the latter intermingled with large numbers of noncombatants in very confined spaces, creates serious dilemmas for maneuver and aviation forces. Colonel Kemper believes that this mission, though well documented, has received neither the priority nor the resources necessary to ensure operational excellence and success on the modern battlefield. Thus, he not only inquires about whether we are training like we fight, but also seeks to determine what makes aviation urban operations so complicated and unique that they require stand-alone doctrine, tactics, techniques, and procedures....

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Wright Flyer Paper : Back to the Basics; An Aviation Solution to Counterinsurgent Warfare, Vol. 23

By: Major Arthur D. Davis, USAF

In this paper, I seek to demonstrate that the methods of using airpower to take the fight to the enemy and protect our ground forces during small wars need not involve the most advanced aircraft available. This “low-tech” approach does not suggest using lesser technology per se but proposes a different look for the types of aircraft that can perform a specific mission and for their manner of employment—that of protecting ground forces while combating the elusive insurgent. These same aircraft can prove invaluable in training an indigenous force to take the fight forward. By looking to relatively inexpensive, off-the-shelf aircraft, the Air Force can protect its ground-based charges and cement a relationship with embattled nations by helping them help themselves....

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Tiny Gassifier : How to Build a Small Biomass Gassifier

By: Center for Children in Need; Sabine Roper

A biomass gassifier uses 75% less wood than a camp fire! It takes less than 30 minutes and two empty tins to build one. It is ideal in combination with a hay (wonder) box. We filmed the construction and uploaded it on Youtube (link at end of the booklet). If you like with ebook, please visit our website: www.centerclinic.wordpress.com or our YouTube channel: center for Children in Need....

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Get Started with Video Captioning : A Beginner's Guide to Making Video Accessible: A Beginner's Guide to Making Video Accessible

By: Patrick Joseph Besong

Have a video that you need to make accessible, but don't have a clue how to start? This book will get you up and running in no time. It will show you how in layman's language how to go about the task of closed captioning your videos, what the different formats are, what software to use, and will also go over the basic style guidelines in creating captioned videos....

Captioning video not only makes video accessible to the deaf and hard-of-hearing, but there are other compelling reasons for it as well. These are also good talking points to convince others of the need to caption video. • Captioned videos have better user retention of the video content. • The video’s transcripts are searchable, so you will get better Search Engine Optimization (SEO), which may give you a leg up on your competition. • Captioned video also opens your market reach to a whole new segment of paying customers - the deaf! • It’s the law. Many videos that are provided to the public must be captioned either due to federal communication law, or merely a company’s policy regarding accessibility. • Language learning relies heavily on captioned video. • If the viewer is in a noisy area and does not have access to headphones, the captions can be read while watching the video. • Similarly, if the viewer does not have headphones and cannot turn up the volume due to the need to keep noise to a minimum (like in a library or nursery), the captions are there to provide what is being spoken....

Preface 1. Why Caption Video? 2. Captioning Formats 3. Helpful Software 4. Captioning Style Guide Helpful Video Captioning Related Links About the Author...

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Facebook Marketing Profit Masters : Learn the Most Profitable Strategies to Profit from Facebook: Learn the Most Profitable Strategies to Profit from Facebook

By: David Drummy Lewis, Mr.

***Learn proven strategies to earn passive income using Facebook. A step by step process to profit from Facebook while helping people.*** You need this training! Also i encourage you to download and share this free guide with your friends. Thank you ...

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Unmanned Space Project Management : Surveyor and Lunar Orbiter: Surveyor and Lunar Orbiter

By: Erasmus H. Kloman

NASA commissioned a study of the management of the Surveyor and Lunar Orbiter projects.

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To War on Tubing and Canvas : A Case Study in the Interrelationships between Technology, Training, Doctrine and Organization

By: Lieutenant Colonel Jonathan C. Noetzel, USAF

The study reviews each force’s combat glider experience and analyzes it in light of the glider doctrine, or lack thereof, with which each began the war. While military cargo gliders have seen their day, recent technological advances in gliders make them a viable platform for certain missions requiring stealth and silence....

ABSTRACT ii INTRODUCTION 1 PRE-WAR DEVELOPMENT 3 The Early Years in Germany 3 Early Gliders in the US 4 A US Military Glider? For What Purpose? 4 Gliders Head Into Combat. 5 Come Join the Glider pilot Corps! 8 Glider pilot Training Shortfalls 9 Military Gliders in Britain 12 OPERATIONAL USE OF GLIDERS 13 Germany 13 Early Commando Raids 14 Crete 15 Other Operations 16 US and Great Britain 17 Sicily 17 British Gliders are First to Normandy 24 US Glider Pilots Join the War in France 20 Disappointment at Arnhem 22 Operation Market 22 Glider Success Over the Rhine? 23 Operation Dragoon 24 US Commando Operations in Burma 25 Summation 26 POST-WAR GLIDER POLICY 27 TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCES IN GLIDERS 29 TODAY’S LIMITED MILITARY ROLE FOR GLIDERS 31 CONCLUSIONS 32 NOTES 36 BIBLIOGRAPHY 42...

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Trendsiters Digital Content and Web Technologies

By: Sam Vaknin

Essays dedicated to the new media, doing business on the web, digital content, its creation and distribution, e-publishing, e-books, digital reference, DRM technology, and other related issues....

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Indie Game Development with C# & XNA

By: Dan Violet Sagmiller

I've taught many college classes on game development. All the while had trouble selecting training materials. Eventually I started creating my own training materials. Class after class I would improve the content based on the students reactions/retention. Now I have a book that I used in my own classes....

Space Ghost: "Moltar, I have a gigantic brain, capable of turning any machine into a simple yes or no answer." Kathy Konfident: "Despite the fact that Space Ghost, immediately after, destroyed the machine he was working with, his description of AI (albeit accidental) was accurate. AI is simply turning an array of data into a simple yes or no question and acting on it."...

Who is this book for? Game Design Brain Storming Session Code Name & Genre 30 Second Commercial Why will the Game be Fun? Why will the Game Sell? Similar Game Comparison Player Stories Proofs Management The Roles The Team The Resources Keep it Fun Coding the Console Variables Decisions Loops While GUI Properties Window Load Event Buttons & Boxes Loops: For…Next Countdown… Score & Scope ListBox and TextBox Scrolling in Color Method to the Madness. Object Oriented Programming Programming with CLASS Class Variables and Variable Classes Generic List of For Each Overriding ToString Inheritance Interfaces Overriding Equals Overloading Methods Constructors Static Variables Overriding Operators Properties vs Variables Making the Game / Architecture Game Design Document To Sprint or to Waterfall? Sprint 1, Working Environment Sprint 2, Adding the Ship Sprint 3, Moving the Ship Sprint 4, Screen Lock the Ship Sprint 5, Add a Star Field Sprint 6, Shoot… Sprint 7, Thrust Sprint 8, a Challenger Appears Sprint 9, Target Practice Sprint 10, Polish the dust Sprint 11, Si...

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Build-to-shelve Prototyping : Undercutting Doctrinal Development

By: Lieutenant Colonel Donald “Bud” Vazquez, USAF

I submit there are two ways we can use limited numbers of prototype systems to ensure we learn relevant tactical lessons before we have to fight:(1) capitalizing on interactive computing technologies to better develop requirements and tactics throughout the system life cycle and (2) changing our concept of prototypes from the buying of one or two “experimental”items to procuring entire “prototypical” units....

1 SETTING THE STAGE . . . . 1 Background . . . . . 1 Methodology . . . . 2 Military Doctrine: Definitions and Types . . . . . 3 Notes . . . . 5 2 DEVELOPING ROBUST EMPLOYMENT DOCTRINE . . . . 7 Why Employment Doctrine Matters . . . . 7 How Employment Doctrine Develops . . . . . 8 Combat-Capable versus Combat-Lethal Doctrine . . . . . 11 Notes . . . . 13 3 DOCUMENTING DOCTRINAL LAG . . . . 15 The YB-17 and Refining Doctrine under Fire . . . . . 15 Modern Perspectives . . . . 18 Notes . . . . 21 4 CRITIQUING THE YOCKEY POLICY . . . . . 23 The Fallacy of Strategic Warning . . . . . 23 We Can’t Predict What We’ll Need . . . . . 25 Summarizing the Policy Critique . . . . . 27 Notes . . . . 27 5 POTENTIAL SOLUTIONS . . . . 29 Interactive Simulation for Employment Doctrine . . . . . 29 Prototypical Units . . . . . 32 Historical Perspective . . . . . 33 Notes . . . . 33 6 CONCLUSION . . . . 35 Notes . . . . 37 BIBLIOGRAPHY . . . . . 39...

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To War on Tubing and Canvas : A Case Study in the Interrelationships between Technology, Training, Doctrine and Organization

By: Lieutenant Colonel Jonathan C. Noetzel, USAF

The study reviews each force’s combat glider experience and analyzes it in light of the glider doctrine, or lack thereof, with which each began the war. While military cargo gliders have seen their day, recent technological advances in gliders make them a viable platform for certain missions requiring stealth and silence....

ABSTRACT ii INTRODUCTION 1 PRE-WAR DEVELOPMENT 3 The Early Years in Germany 3 Early Gliders in the US 4 A US Military Glider? For What Purpose? 4 Gliders Head Into Combat. 5 Come Join the Glider pilot Corps! 8 Glider pilot Training Shortfalls 9 Military Gliders in Britain 12 OPERATIONAL USE OF GLIDERS 13 Germany 13 Early Commando Raids 14 Crete 15 Other Operations 16 US and Great Britain 17 Sicily 17 British Gliders are First to Normandy 24 US Glider Pilots Join the War in France 20 Disappointment at Arnhem 22 Operation Market 22 Glider Success Over the Rhine? 23 Operation Dragoon 24 US Commando Operations in Burma 25 Summation 26 POST-WAR GLIDER POLICY 27 TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCES IN GLIDERS 29 TODAY’S LIMITED MILITARY ROLE FOR GLIDERS 31 CONCLUSIONS 32 NOTES 36 BIBLIOGRAPHY 42...

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Air Superiority at Red FlagMass, Technology, and Winning the Next War

By: Lieutenant Colonel, Joseph W. Locke, USAF

The most significant implication of this study, however, is the predicted variance in changing kill ratio as the force ratio changes. The wide middle area of stability, identified as numerical attrition, is consistent with the traditional notion that kill ratio is largely a function of training and technology. It is also consistent with most of the historical record, including the early campaigns of World War II, that suggested that nominal changes in the relative mass of forces brought about little change in the kill ratio. This is also the reason evolving technology often produced the only observable change in the kill ratio. The rapid change in attrition rate at either end of the model also has great explanatory value....

1 REVIEW OF LITERATURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 2 METHODOLOGY: RED FLAG . . . . . . . . . . .13 Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 3 RESULTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41 Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59 4 STRATEGIC IMPLICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . .61 Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65 5 CONCLUSION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 APPENDICES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 BIBLIOGRAPHY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .207...

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Cryptocurrency Trading Guide : Trading the Decentralization of the Financial System

By: Georgios Michael Protonotarios

The Cryptocurrency Trading Guide aims to educate people about the innovations of the new decentralized economy and the Blockchain technology. It includes useful information about cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin, and extensive educational resources on fundamental and technical analysis....

A decade ago, the issue, exchange, and use of digital money without the intervention of a centralized bank was a dream for the financial industry. That dream came true faster than anyone could have predicted. The global penetration of the Internet works as an accelerator to the acceptance of every new technology that aims to serve the emerging needs of people. This is the ultimate goal of every technology, to better meet the needs of people, and nothing else matters....

CHAPTER-1: INTRODUCTION TO CRYPTOCURRENCIES CHAPTER-2: STORING CRYPTOCURRENCIES CHAPTER-3: PROMISING CRYPTO PROJECTS CHAPTER-4: TECHNICAL ANALYSIS THEORIES CHAPTER-5: TRADING PLATFORMS CHAPTER-6: TECHNICAL INDICATORS CHAPTER-7: MONEY MANAGEMENT CHAPTER-8: CRYPTOCURRENCY EXCHANGES...

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Aging in Place : Liberty through Technology: Liberty through Technology

By: Katie Wright

We are in a time that allows us to benefit greatly from technology. These benefits can be for all ages and types of people. This technology can also be a double-edged sword as there are ways to expose your private and financial information to those that with to exploit, steal, or scam. The best way to benefit from technology is to understand the basics. Senior citizens can specifically take advantage of modern technology by using it to enrich their lives and, in keeping with a growing trend, utilizing it to help them with Aging in Place. But what is this Internet of Things that enables all these so-called smart devices? What is a smart home or even a smart device? How do you protect your personal information and smart devices connected to your home internet? How do you behave while on the internet? How do you keep learning how to use technology while aging in place? How do you deal with all these questions and keep your head on straight? All these questions and more are answered below in our Aging in Place eBook....

Security is perhaps the biggest issue when it comes to the IoT. A world where cars, city infrastructure, healthcare, companies and homes are all connected creates a perfect storm for cyber vulnerability. As billions of devices become connected, the devastation hackers and cyber-attacks can create increases. In the home, Americans are worried about the possibility of someone stealing their personal information. Researchers have been able to hack IoT devices, which means hackers can likely do the same. Security within large companies and city infrastructure creates an even bigger platform for concern, especially since it will be difficult to be aware of all of the necessary safeguards during early adoption. Another issue is that of privacy and data sharing. The IoT has the potential to create a staggering amount of data, but what the world will do with this data is a whole other issue. Vast amounts of data introduce more entry points for hackers, and it needs to be sorted, stored and analyzed. Maintaining privacy with this data is a main concern and likely will become increasingly important as more IoT technology is adopted. Luc...

Table of Contents Introduction ................................................................ 7 Aging in Place ............................................................ 9 The Internet of Things (IoT) ...................................... 11 Basic Explanation of the IoT....................................................... 13 History of the IoT ....................................................................... 15 Impacts on Consumers and Society........................................... 17 Consumers................................................................................................................ 17 Society ...................................................................................................................... 18 Challenges with the IoT ............................................................. 20 Future of the IoT ........................................................................ 23 Smart Homes ........................................................... 24 What You Can Do Now ............................................................. 26 Change Your Router’s Passwo...

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3D Printing Free Introduction eGuide

By: Julio Cesar Falu

This introduction to 3D Printing eGuide is an easy, practical and informative guide that takes readers step-by-step through understanding how each type of 3D printing technology is used today. The eGuide covers the process of printing including: how a 3D printer works, what parts it’s made of, how to diagnose and solve printing problems, types of 3D scanners, and choosing material filaments. It even gives some advice on purchasing your first 3D printer. In addition, it also focuses on free design software and affordable technologies that are perfect for any beginner looking to start designing for 3D printing. It empowers designers, entrepreneurs, students and teachers to take full advantage of all that 3D printing has to offer. ...

6-13 In The Beginning 14-41 What Can We 3D Print? • Aerospace • Architectural • Automotive • Construction • Education • Engineering • Fashion • Food • Jewellery • Medical • Products • Prototypes • Space 42-53 Printing Processes • Fuse Deposition Modeling (FDM) • 3D Printer Anatomy • Resolution and Infill • Printed Model Anatomy • Post Production Tools 54-57 Filament Materials • PLA and ABS Plastics • Nylon • Wood and Metal Filled • Carbon Filled • Rubber Flexible 58-73 How 3D Modeling Works • Model Design Process • Model Design Guidelines • STL File Format • Tinkercad Modeling Software • 3D Model Download Websites • 3D Scanning • Slicer Software 74-75 The Future of 3D Printing...

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Just Enough R : Learn Data Analysis with R in a Day

By: Dr. Sivakumaran Raman

Learn R programming in a single day for use in data analysis and visualization.

Learn data analysis with R in a day. Includes a sample data-analysis using freely-available health care data! Download the sample programming-code for the book from https://www.dropbox.com/s/tyn5yabn49c1s6x/Just_Enough_R.zip?dl=0...

Copyrights and Attribution Dedication Table of Contents Whom is This Book For? Preface Preparation to Start Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: R syntax Chapter 3: Variables and Scope Chapter 4: Data Structures Chapter 5: Functions Chapter 6: Objects Chapter 7: R packages Chapter 8: Interactive R through the REPL interface Chapter 9: Inbuilt help in R Chapter 10: R programs and scripts Chapter 11: Reading in Data Chapter 13: Data Quality Checks in R Chapter 14: Descriptive Statistics and Visualization Exercise 14.1: For the Reader Chapter 15: Interactive Charts and Plots Chapter 16: Geographical Maps and Charts Chapter 17: Regression Modeling & Predictive Models Chapter 18: Machine Learning & Predictive Models Epilogue Alphabetical Index Author Information...

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The Reverse Perspective : Fifteen Years of EcoDesign at Philips Consumer Electronics - Part II

By: Ph.D. Ab Stevels

The booklet ‘EcoDesign at Philips Consumer Electronics (PCE), 1993-2008, the Reverse Perspective’, described the development of EcoDesign in this division of the Philips concern. The introduction process was summarized in a model consisting of five ‘waves’. Some fifty short stories illustrating these developments were presented as well. This material represents a set of experiences of which many elements are still relevant today for practitioners of applied EcoDesign and for environmental managers wanting to introduce EcoDesign in their organizations. Soon after the publication of the booklet, the question came up why the developments as described happened as they did? Most research/academic literature describe how EcoDesign should be introduced in industrial organizations in a way quite different from what happened at PCE. Is PCE a special case, or is a different approach required for the implementation of EcoDesign in the electronics industry? And how can EcoDesign be introduced much faster than the 10 years it took at PCE to reach maturity? In this new publication, the events at PCE are also put into a more general perspective:...

"Organizational decisions –good, bad or confusing– did not guarantee that EcoDesign was automatically on the agenda of PCE. Ensuring credibility and being on the action agenda were the first priority…." "Making clear that environmental benefits combine often with tangible business benefits (cost reduction, streamlining of operation) and putting the business benefits first in the communication in the internal value chain added a lot to the credibility and acceptance of the environmental activities…." "After the year 2000 the concept of making explicit joint road maps with key suppliers has been exploited to the full…." "Legislation and regulation are necessary to put environmental issues which are seen as societally relevant on the agenda and to ensure a minimum of environmental performance by industry. However their contribution to positive value creation for customers is very limited; the opportunities are far bigger than that." ...

1. An intriguing question: why did the introduction of EcoDesign at PCE happen in the way it did? 2. Decisions and Circumstances. 3. 1993-1994: Learning through Struggling. 4. 1995-1996, EcoDesign is really taking off. 5. Breakthrough of EcoDesign at the Business Groups. 6. Consolidating Applied EcoDesign through integration into procedures, programs and overall strategy. 7. Communication about EcoDesign, Green Marketing. 8. Introducing EcoDesign into Industry faster. 9. A kick start in Applied EcoDesign; 14 recommendations to get on the road quickly. 10. Comparing EcoDesign as it happened at PCE with academic views of how to do it. 11. Relating EcoDesign at PCE to different management perspectives. 12. Conclusions. ...

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Engineering the Space Age : A Rocket Scientist Remembers

By: Lt Col Robert V. Brulle, USAF, Retired

"From my experience in the aviation field, I find that this unique aviation and space history book provides a very realistic view on the use of technology in the aviation and space business as it was conquered during the past half century."...

1 Aeronautical Engineering . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 2 Pilots and Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 3 Aircraft Procurement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 4 Aeronautics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59 5 Missiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 6 Computer Programming . . . . . . . . . . . .113 7 Spacefarers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .121 8 Secret Missiles and Tactics . . . . . . . . . . 161 9 Space Projects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173 10 Pilots and Airplanes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 183 11 Cyclogiro Aircraft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201 12 Giromill Wind Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 211 13 Aquagiro Water Power . . . . . . . . . . . . .233...

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CMMI High Maturity Hand Book

By: Vishnuvarthanan Moorthy

CMMI High Maturity is something every software organization is interested in! Attaining Maturity Level 5 rating means world class processes in place in that organization. Though it’s everyone’s interest, there is less details available in the world on how to practically implement CMMI ML5 and how to interpret the High Maturity practices. This book is an attempt to decode the high maturity practices with clear sample cases for all the High maturity process areas, there by connecting the dots of Implementation. This book explains the practicality of implementation of CMMI ML5 and has given specific guidance in many cases. Obviously it is not the whole of CMMI or the whole of everything, however may be this is the only book which offers highest possible insight in CMMI High Maturity Implementation. What it offers: • Complete guide as an End to End CMMI High Maturity Implementation • Practical interpretation of CMMI Practices • Sample cases covering CMMI Dev and CMMI SVC Models v1.3 • Basic Statistical Concepts Required for Implementing High Maturity • Clarity in definition and difference between important terms • Connects the E...

CMMI High Maturity Handbook Indian Edition Vishnuvarthanan Moorthy Copyright © 2015 Vishnuvarthanan Moorthy All rights reserved. DEDICATION TO THE SUPREME POWER!. CONTENTS 1 High Maturity an Introduction 1 2 Prerequisites for High Maturity Pg 5 3 Planning High Maturity Implementation Pg 8 4 SMART Business Objectives and Aligned Processes Pg 17 5 Measurement System and Process Performance Models Pg 29 6 Process Performance Baselines Pg 70 7 Define and Achieve Project Objectives and QPPOs Pg 93 8 Causal Analysis in Projects to Achieve Results Pg 113 9 Driving Innovation/Improvements to Achieve Results Pg 131 10 Succeeding in High Maturity Appraisals Pg 150 11 Reference Books, Links and Contributors Pg 154 1 HIGH MATURITY AN INTRODUCTION CMMI High Maturity Level is one of the Prestigious Rating any IT/ITES Companies would be interested in getting. The Maturity Level 4 and 5 achievement is considered as “High Maturity” since the Organizations understand their own process performance and its impact on Business performance. In addition, they bring world class pra...

High Maturity an Introduction 1 Prerequisites for High Maturity Pg 5 Planning High Maturity Implementation Pg 8 SMART Business Objectives and Aligned Processes Pg 17 Measurement System and Process Performance Models Pg 29 Process Performance Baselines Pg 70 Define and Achieve Project Objectives and QPPOs Pg 93 Causal Analysis in Projects to Achieve Results Pg 113 Driving Innovation/Improvements to Achieve Results Pg 131 Succeeding in High Maturity Appraisals Pg 150 Reference Books, Links and Contributors Pg 154 ...

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Wright Flyer Paper : Improving Joint Close Air Support Effectiveness; Cleared to Engage, Vol. 35

By: Major Michael H. Johnson, USMC

The importance of close air support (CAS) has markedly increased over the last five years in Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom. CAS has been a heavily debated topic within the services for decades. CAS doctrine and training issues have affected aircraft procurement, interservice relationships, and the application and effectiveness of airpower on the battlefield. While much progress has been made since 2001, the services must continue to make CAS more effective. On the modern battlefield, the joint application of firepower is a reality, not a concept. It is time to “engage” the doctrinal and training challenges facing our services in order to increase the effectiveness of our aviation forces in the CAS arena....

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