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100 1  McLeod, Gary,|d1948- 
245 10 Enhancing space resilience through non-materiel means /
       |cGary McLeod, George Nacouzi, Paul Dreyer, Mel Eisman, 
       Myron Hura, Krista S. Langeland, David Manheim, Geoffrey 
       Torrington ; prepared for the United States Air Force. 
260    Santa Monica, California :|bRAND Corporation,|c[2016] 
300    1 online resource (xxii, 70 pages) :|bcolor illustrations.
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Research report ;|vRR-1067-AF 
500    "RR-1067-AF"--Page 4 of cover. 
500    "RAND Project Air Force." 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 63-70). 
505 00 |tPreface --|tFigures --|tTables --|tSummary --
       |tAcknowledgments --|tAbbreviations --|g1.|tIntroduction:
       |tBackground --|tObjectives --|tScope --|tSpace resilience
       --|tApproach --|tReport structure --|g2.|tResilience and 
       civil institutions:|tGeneral approaches for building 
       resilient operations:|tImpact avoidance --|tAdaptation and
       flexibility --|tRecovery and restoration --|tPotential 
       applications to the space operations community --|tSummary
       --|g3.|tResilience and U.S. government civil space 
       agencies:|tCivil policy considerations:|tFull and open 
       access --|tRapid delivery --|tContinuity of operations --
       |tSecurity classification --|tCivil practices:
       |tInformation --|tOrganization and tactics --|tCommand and
       control --|tTraining --|tPersonnel --|tSummary --|g4.
       |tResilience and Air Force space operations:|tOperational 
       concept --|tFindings: information:|tSpace order of battle 
       --|tLimited intelligence at SOPS/SWS --|tSpace knowledge 
       of intelligence personnel --|tSpace Weather effects --
       |tSummary --|tFindings: organization and tactics:|tSpace 
       protection lead --|tSpace protection tactics --|tTactics-
       sharing --|tSummary --|tFindings: command and control:
       |tSatellite C2 contacts --|tResponsibilities and 
       authorities --|tAnomaly resolution --|tSummary --
       |tFindings: training:|tSpace protection training --
       |tExercises --|tMultiple satellite C2 systems --|tSummary 
       --|tFindings: personnel:|tInitial qualifications --
       |tCareer progression --|tTrained operators --|tSummary --
       |tCost of implementation options --|tDetailed 
       recommendations --|g5.|tResilience and a world with 
       international and commercial partners:|tInformation --
       |tOrganization and tactics --|tCommand and control --|g6.
       |tRecommendations:|tOverarching recommendations:
       |tResilience as a priority --|tSpace protection CONOPS --
       |tDetailed recommendations:|tNear-term recommendations --
       |tFar-term recommendations --|tROM costs --|gAppendix A:
       |tSpace resilience cost analysis. 
520    "Space is now a congested, contested, and competitive 
       environment. Space systems must become more resilient to 
       potential adversary actions and system failures, but 
       changes to space systems are costly. To provide a complete
       look at resilience and possibly realize some benefit at 
       lower cost, the Air Force asked RAND to identify non-
       materiel means--doctrine, organization, training, 
       leadership and education, personnel, facilities, and 
       policy--to enhance space resilience over the near and far 
       terms. The authors developed implementation options to 
       improve resilience based on a notional space protection 
       operational concept: enhancing the capability of space 
       operators to respond, in a timely and effective manner, to
       adversary counterspace actions. Operators need actionable 
       information, appropriate organization and tactics, and 
       dynamic command and control, supported by appropriate 
       tools and decision aids, relevant training and exercises, 
       and qualified personnel brought into the career field. The
       authors also recommend that Air Force Space Command 
       develop a formal, end-to-end, space protection concept of 
       operations (CONOPS) that captures all elements needed to 
       improve resilience. In addition, the CONOPS could 
       potentially follow the tenet of centralized control and 
       decentralized execution in certain situations, such as 
       when responding to adversary counterspace actions. For the
       near-term options, the rough order of magnitude (ROM) 
       nonrecurring engineering (NRE) cost of implementation is 
       estimated to be between $2.5 million and $3.6 million. For
       the far-term options, the ROM NRE cost is estimated to be 
       between $109 million and $166 million, with the ROM 
       recurring cost between $4 million and $5.4 million per 
       year"--Publisher's description. 
546    English. 
590    JSTOR|bBooks at JSTOR Open Access 
610 10 United States.|bAir Force|xOperational readiness. 
610 17 United States.|bAir Force.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst00538280 
648  7 2000-2099|2fast 
650  0 Astronautics, Military|zUnited States|xHistory|y21st 
650  0 Space security|xHistory|y21st century. 
650  0 Organizational resilience|xHistory|y21st century. 
655  0 Electronic book. 
655  7 History.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01411628 
700 1  Nacouzi, George. 
700 1  Dreyer, Paul,|d1973- 
700 1  Eisman, Mel,|d1949- 
700 1  Hura, Myron,|d1943- 
700 1  Langeland, Krista S. 
700 1  Manheim, David. 
700 1  Torrington, Geoffrey. 
710 2  Project Air Force (U.S.) 
710 2  Rand Corporation. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aMcLeod, Gary, 1948-|tEnhancing space 
       resilience through non-materiel means.|dSanta Monica, 
       California : RAND Corporation, [2016]|w(DLC)  2016429624 
830  0 Research report (Rand Corporation) ;|vRR-1067-AF. 
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