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Centers of gravity & critical vulnerabilities
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|Other titles||Centers of gravity and critical vulnerabilities, Building on the Clausewitzian foundation so that we can all speak the same language|
|Statement||by Joe Strange.|
|Series||Perspectives on warfighting -- no. 4|
|Contributions||Marine Corps University (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 152 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||152|
center of gravity model, Robert Pape’s concept of coercion, and effects based operations (EBO) is proposed. The model creates unity of effort by affecting the adversary’s will and strategy, using all national and international IOPs, as well as securing . ters to critical vulnerabilities, enabling an attack through weak points in the overall system. Similar to the approach adopted by the Marine Corps, centers of gravity and critical vulnerabilities and Joint Pub , Joint Doctrine for Campaign Planning, to establish a clear understanding of the meaning of cen-ter of gravity. Joint Doctrine.
Revised COG analysis draws on systems theory and uses it to link critical factors to the center of gravity. Critical factors consist of critical capabilities, critical requirements and critical vulnerabilities. The majority of the systems present in the world are nonlinear in nature. Commanders must also analyze friendly _____ and identify critical vulnerabilities (see Figure III). For example, long sea and air lines of communications (LOCs) from the continental United States (CONUS) or supporting theaters could be a critical vulnerability for a friendly _____.
An important element of emerging joint doctrine is the idea that potential enemies have centers of gravity and critical vulnerabilities. Joint Publication , Doctrine for Joint Operations, states, "The essence of operational art lies in being able to mass effects against the enemy's sources of power in order to destroy or neutralize them. An indirect attack against an enemy center of gravity’s CRs causes a center of gravity to lose its critical capability or ability to generate force. In this case, some of a center of gravity’s CRs might be vulnerable to attack or disruption. A direct attack on a COG’s requirements is an indirect attack on the COG proper. Strategic centers File Size: 52KB.
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Centers of Gravity and Critical Vulnerabilities: Building on the Centers of Gravity and Critical Vulnerabilities: Building on the Centers of Gravity and Critical Vulnerabilities: Building on the. Centers of Gravity (#5) Centers of Gravity. offer physical and moral resistance.
Therefore, Harvey is the gang's center of gravity. (See below, Chapter 3) The concept of centers of gravity is greatly simplified when one considers for that distinction only candidates/entities that offer moral or physical resistance to a given course of action.
Therefore. The model helps to analyzeexisting and potential vulnerabilities of a center of gravity, and determine which of thosecould be especially s of Gravity and Operational Design In every war, campaign, and battle in history one can normally (with the benefitof hindsight) identify a point where one side irrevocably started to win, and the other sideto lose.
CENTERS OF GRAVITY AND CRITICAL VULNERABILITIES by Dr. Joe Strange, USMC War College and Colonel Richard Iron, UK Army Part 2: The CG-CC-CR-CV Construct: A Useful Tool to Understand and Analyze the Relationship between Centers of Gravity and their Critical VulnerabilitiesFile Size: KB.
process for identifying centers of gravity and (2) begins with an analysis of critical capabilities and uses the results to determine the centers of gravity, instead of the reverse. 1 Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, “An Introduction to the Vulnerability Assessment Method: A Practitioner’s Handbook,” coordinating draft,File Size: 1MB.
leads us not to a CoG, but to a set of critical (physical or psychological) capabilities. This process appears to have borrowed from Dr. Joseph Strange’s popular “CG (center of gravity)—CC (critical capabilities)—CR (critical requirements)—CV (critical vulnerabilities)” approach.
In theory, Strange’s approach linked CoGs (which he definedCited by: Clausewitz, On War, excerpts relating to term "Center[s] of Gravity." This term "center of gravity" (Schwerpunkt) appears about 40 times in Clausewitz's book, most often with no particular or consistent meaning.
See pp,, 2 Note that this model uses the abbreviation “CG” for center of gravity. For all purposes, “CG” and “COG” should be considered synonymous. See Dr Joseph Strange, Centers of Gravity and Critical Vulnerabilities: Building on the Clausewitzian Foundation So That We Can All Speak the Same Language.
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What role do the critical factors, critical capabilities, critical requirements and critical vulnerabilities play in the discovery of the Centre of Gravity. We discuss the new Center of Gravity definitions that are starting to be used in Joint planning and how they improve on the traditional definition.
(6) Joe [Joseph L.] Strange, Centers of Gravity and Critical Vulnerabilities: Building on the Clausewitzian Foundation So That We Can All Speak the Same Language, Perspectives on Warfighting Series, no.
4, 2d ed. (Quantico, Va.: Marine Corps University, ). (7) Carl von Clausewitz, Vom Kriege, edited by Werner Hahlweg (Bonn: Ferd. The three types are critical strengths, critical weaknesses, and critical vulnerabilities.
Critical strengths are an essential capability required to accomplish an objective. For the strategic level, the leader of a nation, coalition, insurgency, or extremist group is typically the most important critical strength.
Boldness—Centers of Gravity and Critical Vulnerabilities— Creating and Exploiting Opportunity—Conclusion Chapter ing for War Force Planning—Organization—Doctrine—Professionalism—. Center of gravity and critical vulnerability. The concept of center of gravity is the idea that each organization has a focal point of strength.
It may be a specific capability that is possessed and being utilized. It may be a relationship of two or more factors that creates a.
Centers of gravity & critical vulnerabilities by Joe Strange; 5 editions; First published in ; Subjects: History, Military art and science, Operational art (Military science), Strategy; People: Carl von Clausewitz ().
Since its initial printing over a year ago, Dr. Strange's monograph on centers of gravity and critical vulnerabilities has stimulated the study of discussion of this important subject through the Marine Corps.
Strange's analytical construct has been incorporated into the Marine Air_Ground Task Force Staff Training Program course provided to Marine Expeditionary Force Cited by: Joe Strange is the author of Perspectives on Warfighting Number 4 Centers of Gravity & Critical Vulnerabilities ( avg rating, 5 ratings, 0 reviews, p /5(12).
By definition, a critical vulnerability cannot also be a center of gravity since they are polar opposites; one a strength the other a weakness.
Since it makes more sense to attack a weakness than a strength, once identified, critical vulnerabilities provide opportunities for exploitation. While easy to describe in concept, both centers of.
The operational-level centers of gravity were the SS units, armor, and mechanized units in the Army (the Luftwaffe was a center of gravity in the beginning of the war but by the end of the war it had been destroyed so much that it no longer played a major role and the navy's only role was in submarine warfare and was not an operational center.Get this from a library!
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