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Anti-Access Warfare: Countering A2/AD Strategies
Anti-Access Warfare: Countering A2/AD Strategies

Anti-Access Warfare: Countering A2/AD Strategies. Sam J. Tangredi

Anti-Access Warfare: Countering A2/AD Strategies

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Anti-Access Warfare: Countering A2/AD Strategies Sam J. Tangredi
Publisher: Naval Institute Press

Military as a whole, and not just the Navy, is working on ways to counter the DF-21D and China's other A2/AD efforts under the evolving AirSea Battle concept. May 26, 2012 - view original / For the last several years, myself and others have penned a number of articles here on The Diplomat concerning China's Anti-Access/Area-Denial or A2/AD strategy. Dec 3, 2013 - In the history of warfare, there have been numerous weapons described as “game changers” that promised to nullify the dominant weapons of the day. Stone castles fell That makes the DF-21 a key element in China's strategy of developing an anti-access, area-denial (A2/AD) capability. May 1, 2014 - However, many future operational concepts focus on increased distribution of forces and growing anti-access / area denial threats, known as A2AD. See this 3 June 2013 news article on " DoD Document Sheds First Clear Light On AirSea Battle: Warfare Unfettered ." The Defense Would not failure to pursue counter A2AD capabilities (and the concomitant erosion of allied confidence in our ability to provide security) embolden the PRC in its various regional aims? Air-Sea Battle has become the showpiece US military concept for countering China's Anti-Access/Area-Denial (A2AD) system over the last two decades. How the strategy would work on a theoretical or practical basis has therefore been If math and comparative advantage always carried the day in modern warfare, history would be very different. As per a China's hi-tech enabled navy & air force, offensive cyber warfare capability, anti-satellite weapons, assured second strike nuclear capability and 'Assassin's Mace' weapons have lend credibility to its 'Anti- Access Anti- Denial' (A2-AD) strategy against US led intervention forces. Would this In fact, T.X.'s approach seems designed almost exclusively to create a strategy that minimizes counter-anti-access capability. Military will invest as required to ensure its ability to operate effectively in anti-access and area denial (A2/AD) environments. Apr 19, 2012 - But the other focus of this new strategy — the so-called anti-access, area denial (A2/AD) capabilities of China which, the United States fears, could jeopardize its forward presence and freedom of action in the Western Pacific — does not get as much attention Neither document refers to Air-Sea Battle (ASB), an operational concept that the US Air Force and Navy have been developing to counter A2/AD challenges by integrating capabilities in an unprecedented way. Mar 12, 2013 - China on the other hand, emboldened by its economic growth, continues with its ambitious military modernization programme, thus adding teeth to its 'Counter Intervention Strategy'. May 8, 2013 - Andrew Mumford identifies four major changes in the nature of modern warfare and argues that they point to a potential increase in the engagement of proxy strategies by states: the decreased public and political appetite in the West . Acting in concert Accordingly, the U.S. Jan 6, 2012 - Counter Terrorism and Irregular Warfare.

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