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Space Doctrine for the 21St Century

By Newberry, Robert D.

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Title: Space Doctrine for the 21St Century  
Author: Newberry, Robert D.
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Language: English
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Newberry, R. D. (n.d.). Space Doctrine for the 21St Century. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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Acknowledgments: This paper is the synthesis of many people’s ideas. Some are my own but most have been around the space community for years. Organizing these ideas into a coherent structure has been an interesting experience and would not have been possible without the help of many people. An advantage of writing a paper while at Air Command and Staff College is the great number of people who are available for consultation on an issue such as space doctrine. I was delighted to find so many people who were willing to review my early drafts and their comments certainly improved the quality of this paper.

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Contents Page DISCLAIMER.....................................................................................................................ii ILLUSTRATIONS............................................................................................................. vi TABLES........................................................................................................................... vii ACKNOWLEDGMENTS................................................................................................viii ABSTRACT....................................................................................................................... ix THE SPACE DOCTRINE PROBLEM............................................................................... 1 CURRENT SPACE DOCTRINE........................................................................................ 4 The Role of Doctrine...................................................................................................... 4 Space Doctrine................................................................................................................ 6 Joint Doctrine ............................................................................................................ 6 Service Doctrine ........................................................................................................ 7 CURRENT SPACE POLICY........................................................................................... 10 National Space Policy................................................................................................... 10 Policy as a Substitute for Doctrine ............................................................................... 12 Problems With Not Having Doctrine ........................................................................... 14 Space Doctrine Is Needed............................................................................................. 14 DOCTRINE DEVELOPMENT PROCESS...................................................................... 16 Defining a Process........................................................................................................ 16 Observations from Other Doctrine Publications .......................................................... 18 Recommended Process................................................................................................. 18 SPACE POWER THEORY.............................................................................................. 21 Definitions .................................................................................................................... 21 Space System........................................................................................................... 22 Regions of Space ..................................................................................................... 23 Space Characteristics.................................................................................................... 24 Observability............................................................................................................ 26 Undivided Medium.................................................................................................. 28 Tie to Earth.............................................................................................................. 28

 

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