Operational Adaptability is a vital characteristic identified by senior Army leaders in today's military force. The U.S. Army is struggling with the definition and training of operational adaptability at the tactical level. In order to be a critical enhancement to the operational mission, operational adaptability needs to be trained through a training model that supports current U.S. Army doctrine. To develop a base foundation of operational adaptability, Soldiers must train as a collective unit in a simulated operational environment in order to apply characteristics of operational adaptability.
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Kincaid, J. Peter
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering and Computer Science
Modeling and Simulation
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Masters Thesis (Campus-only Access)
Mccarthy, Michael, "The Hammer or the Anvil: Developing Operational Adaptability through Simulations at the Tactical Level" (2016). Electronic Theses and Dissertations, 2004-2019. 5322.