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February 09, 2010

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John P. Sullivan

Adam, You and Starbuck have a great piece here! I especially like your call for a strategic "whole of government" review to include "law enforcement" to sort out how to employ "operational design" in the curent and emerging environment. This aligns with my view that future operations will need to embrace DIME-P (Diplomatic, Intelligence, military, Economic, and Policing) capabilities. Keep it up! JPS

Starbuck

Every time I see "Lines of Operation", I think of the little stick figure AQI dude from the letter "E" portion of this slide show.

LOOs? WTF?!?!

Starbuck

Oh yeah, link here: https://www.oss.net/dynamaster/file_archive/070106/278da807df238f845a0cd93863d9fa27/OIFAlphabetpt1.ppt

A.E.

Did Patriquin make that one too?

Starbuck

It actually wasn't Capt. Patriquin (but you're right, it has his style). It was done by a major who was on the 4th ID's staff.

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