Generally, the concept of amphibious operations evolves in a straight line from planning to termination, with the landing force entering the area of operations only after rehearsal and re-embarkation have been completed to suit the mission requirements.
Forcys believes that, in these situations, the acronym PERMSAT (Planning, Embarkation, Rehearsal, Manoeuvre, Shaping, Action, Termination) will be compressed chronologically and geographically to three broad activities:
- Persistent presence and posture;
- Concentration of amphibious force;
- Action and termination.
But they will overlap and compete for resources and space. So how could the LSG maintain its situational awareness (and a degree of presence) while it must depart a littoral zone to reorganise and rehearse?
Forces answers this question and more, outlining:
- Operational Choices
- Technical Options
- Proven Capabilities
The company concludes that early engagement is needed to help solve the challenges the future operating space presents for amphibious warfare. Forcys outlines proven technology to shows how its technology can help.
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