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Problems and Solutions In Future Coalition Operations Pub315

Problems and Solutions In Future Coalition Operations Pub315

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PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONSIN FUTURE COALITION OPERATIONSEdited byThomas J. MarshallwithPhillip KaiserandJon Kessmeier
December 1997
The views expressed in this report are those of the authors and donot necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the Department ofthe Army, the Department of Defense, or the U.S. Government. Thisreport is cleared for public release; distribution is unlimited.
Comments pertaining to this report are invited and should beforwarded to: Director, Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army WarCollege, 122 Forbes Ave, Carlisle, PA 17013-5244. Copies of this reportmay be obtained from the Publications and Production Office by callingcommercial (717) 245-4133, DSN 242-4133, FAX (717) 245-3820, or viathe Internet at rummelr@carlisle-emh2.army.mil
Selected 1993 and all later Strategic Studies Institute (SSI)monographs are available on the Strategic Studies Institute Homepagefor electronic dissemination. SSI's Homepage address is: http://carlisle-www.army.mil/usassi/ 
The authors wish to thank General William Crouch,former Commander in Chief, U.S. Army, Europe, andLieutenant General Robert E. Gray, former DeputyCommander in Chief, U.S. Army, Europe, without whosevision and support this book would not have been possible.Additionally, Colonel John Drinkwater, Mr. Paul Quintal,and Ms. Rachel Mokelke, each from Headquarters, U.S.Army, Europe and Seventh Army, provided the energy andtalent to skillfully guide the study from conception tocompletion. The authors would also like to thank thenumerous experts and practitioners who generouslycontributed their time and insights to this study, inparticular, Robert Kaplan, St. Thomas Aquinas College;Eric Newsom, U.S. Department of State; Jaromir Novotny,Ministry of Defense of the Czech Republic; Colonel GeneralLeontiy Shevtsov, Supreme Headquarters Allied PowersEurope; and Lieutenant General (Ret.) Bernard Trainor,Harvard University. Finally, the insights and tirelessefforts of John McDonald, Assistant Vice President andDivision Manager with Science Applications InternationalCorporation, were invaluable for synthesizing the disparateexperiences and viewpoints of study members into usefulactions to improve future coalition operations.iii

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