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4. Bureau d’Enquêtes et d’Analyses (BEA) pour la sécurité de l’aviation civile, translated from French by BEA, “Final Report on the accident on 1st June 2009 to the Airbus A330-203 registered F-GZCP operated by Air France flight AF 447 Rio De Janeiro-Paris” (Paris, France: BEA, Ministère de l’Écologie, du Développement durable, des Transports et du Logement, 2012), 5. Andrew Zolli, “Want to Build Resilience? Kill the Complexity,” Harvard Business Review (2 December 2012), http://blogs.hbr. org/2012/09/want-to-build-resilience-kill-the-complexity/ . 6. J.M. Carlson and John Doyle, “Complexity and Robustness,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 99 Suppl 1 (19 February 2002), http://www.pnas. org/content/99/suppl_1/2538.full.pdf. 7. For an interesting discussion on military decision making and information technology, see John W. Charlton, “Digitized Chaos: Is Our Military Decision Making Process Ready for the Information Age?” (School of Advanced Military Studies [SAMS] monograph, Washington, DC: GPO, 1997), 8. ADRP 3-0. 9. For more information about the evolution of Army information systems as a means to reduce uncertainty, see Richard S. Jeffress, “The Continuing Quest for Certainty: Decision Superiority and the Future Force” (SAMS monograph, Washington, DC: GPO, 2004). 10. The major subordinate networks integrated into Command Post of the Future are—Advanced Field Artillery Tactical Data System, Effects Management Tool, Distributive Common Ground Systems-Army, All Source Analysis System, Battle Command Support and Sustainment Systems, Blue Force Tracker, and Command and Control Personal Computer. See a detailed listing at the U.S. Army National Guard Mission Training Complex website, http:// 11. Anukool Lakhina, “We Need to Prevent Data Insights from Dying in the Big Data Avalanche,” blog post at, 6 October 2012, 12. For examples of proponents’ functional claims for Army information systems, see the Program Executive Office Command Control Communications-Tactical website, mc/tmc.php. 13. For more about Gen. McChrystal’s approach to information sharing, see Stanley A. McChrystal, “The Power of Sharing,” videorecording, 7 May 2014, at keynote/information-sharing-talk ; and “It Takes a Network: The New Front Line of Modern Warfare,” Foreign, 22 February 2011, at it_takes_a_network. 14. G. Scott Gorman, “Adapting to Chaos: American Soldiers in Siberia, 1918-1920” (SAMS monograph, Washington, DC: GPO, 1998), 43, 15. Training and Doctrine Command, Department of the Army, TRADOC Pamphlet 525-3-0, The U.S. Army Capstone Concept (Washington, DC: GPO, 19 December, 2012). 16. Ibid. 17. Ibid. The Professional Journal of the U.S. Army Tired of waiting between issues for great articles? Check out our most current and previous articles now! You no longer have to—MR Spotlight is online now! This new feature publishes articles biweekly, so you now have access to more information more often! Go to CAC2/MilitaryReview/index.asp or click on the” MR Spotlight” link to get started. Want to comment? The official Military Review Facebook and Twitter sites are now available for readers to comment on the overall layout, design, or content of the magazine. We also strongly encourage professional discussion and debate on all articles published in Military Review. “Military Review is an important forum that helps shape the dialogue of our profession.” —Gen. Raymond T. Odierno 32 July-August 2014  MILITARY REVIEW