Underkill by David C. Gompert
Scalable Capabilities for Military Operations Amid Populations

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The U.S. military is ill-equipped to strike at extremists who hide in populations. Using deadly force against them can harm and alienate the very people whose cooperation U.S. forces are trying to earn. To solve this problem, a new RAND study proposes a 3continuum of force2<a suite of capabilities that includes sound, light, lasers, cell phones, and video cameras. These technologies are available but have received insufficient attention.

About David C. Gompert

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David Gompert (Master of Public Affairs, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University) is formerly president of RAND Europe and Vice President at RAND. He has held a variety of positions at the State Department and White House, including Senior Director for Europe and Eurasia on the National Security Council staff. He is currently Director of National Security in the Iraq Coalition Provisional Authority.
Published May 16, 2009 by RAND Corporation. 168 pages
Genres: History, Political & Social Sciences, War, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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