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CSAT Occasional Paper No. 65 : Blue Horizons II; Future Capabilities and Technologies for the Air Force in 2030, Executive Summary

By Col John P. Geis II, PhD, USAF

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Title: CSAT Occasional Paper No. 65 : Blue Horizons II; Future Capabilities and Technologies for the Air Force in 2030, Executive Summary  
Author: Col John P. Geis II, PhD, USAF
Volume: 65
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Technology, Air Force
Collections: United States, Military Science, Naval Science, Business Strategy, Leadership, Authors Community, Technology, Education, Literature, Law
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Publisher: Air University Press
Member Page: Air University Press

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P. Geis Ii, Phd, Usa, C. J. (n.d.). CSAT Occasional Paper No. 65 : Blue Horizons II; Future Capabilities and Technologies for the Air Force in 2030, Executive Summary. Retrieved from http://self.gutenberg.org/


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This study, Blue Horizons, was commissioned by the United States Air Force (USAF) chief of staff to provide “a new look at the future.” Specifically, the chief of staff asked the research team to provide “a common understanding of future strategic and technological trends for Air Force leaders to make better decisions.” The chief also sought to “confirm AU as [the Air Force’s] in-house think tank” and to improve the relevance of Air Force education to the decision making processes in Washington.

Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1—Introduction . . . .1 Methodology . . . .1 Overview . . . . . .2 CHAPTER 2—alternate futures . . . . 3 Peer China . . . . .3 A Path toward a Peer China . . . .3 Peer China 2030—Causality and Impact . . . .6 Capabilities Needed to Respond to a Peer China Crisis . . . . .7 Resurgent Russia . . . . .8 The Development of a Resurgent Russia . . . .9 Capabilities to Defend against a Resurgent Russian State . . . . .10 Failed State—Nigeria . . . .11 A Failure We Cannot Ignore . . . .11 Nigeria Shatters . . . . .13 Capabilities Required for Intervention . . . .14 Jihadist Insurgency . . . . .15 Roots of the Schism . . . .16 The Insurgency . . . . 17 Capabilities Needed to Combat the Insurgency . . . 19 Operations Analysis Results . . . .20 Conclusions and Recommendations . . . .22 Recommendations . . . .26 The Way Ahead . . . . 28 Notes . . . . 29 TITLES IN THE OCCASIONAL PAPER SERIES . 37


 

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