The Battle of Leuktra: Organizational Revolution in Military Affairs in the Classical World


The Battle of Leuktra: Organizational Revolution in Military Affairs in the Classical World

Majoor, Arthur

The Army Doctrine and Training Bulletin, Vol. 6, No. 3, Fall/Winter (2003)

Abstract

If Canada is to continue to make meaningful military contributions to the Western Alliance, we must decide how to allocate our scarce resources for maximum effect. How doctrine is implemented and which view of the Revolution in Military Affairs (RMA) prevails have serious consequences for the Canadian Forces. A technology driven RMA, which depends on acquiring and integrating evermore sophisticated weaponry and equipment into the force structure, will require a large outlay in time and resources for purchase, training and upkeep. Under a technology driven RMA, doctrine will develop to support the use of high tech equipment, although the performance envelope of equipment will limit examination of possibilities1. Given Canada

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