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Letter from the Editor
by: CAPT Eduardo Fernandez

The Spring 2017 issue of the MOC Warfighter features articles on Relative Combat Power Analysis, Cyberspace Operations, Planning in the Humanitarian Assistance Space as well as a MOC Update from SIXTH Fleet.

In this Issue...
Letter from the Editor
by: CAPT Eduardo Fernandez

The Spring 2017 issue of the MOC Warfighter features articles on Relative Combat Power Analysis, Cyberspace Operations, Planning in the Humanitarian Assistance Space as well as a MOC Update from SIXTH...
Understanding Relative Combat Power Analysis: How planners can make the most of a powerful tool
by: LCDR Ryan Vest

In Issue #2 of MOC Warfighter (November 2013) US Naval War College Professors Sean Henseler and Eugene Augustine made the case for why Navy planners should include a Relative Combat Power Analysis (RC...
Navy Fleet-level Crisis Action and Deliberate Planning: Considerations for Foreign Humanitarian Assistance
by: Dr. Hank Brightman

Warfighters in the Navy and Marine Corps likely have some familiarity with the differences—cultural, structural, and philosophical - between how they perform crisis action and deliberate planning when...
What Every Planner Should Know About Cyberspace Operations
by: CDR Audrey Adams

Have you ever heard of the CyberKnife? It sounds like a great weapon, doesn’t it? Something you could just stab it into the heart of every rogue fleet on the high seas.
MOC Inputs
by: CAPT Brendan McLane

SIXTH FLEET achieved our MOC Certification in February 2017 during AUSTERE CHALLENGE 2017, a 10-day USEUCOM theater-wide exercise. I’m proud (and relieved) to report that our MOC did well.

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