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For example, the effects-based warfare proponents expanded the use of various metrics compared with their use in the traditional Military Decision Making Process.
While the other services are "transforming" to become lighter and more expeditionary, the Navy is continuing an evolution from platform-centric to network-centric operations, with an emphasis on effects-based warfare.
The theoretical foundation of effects-based warfare was provided in 1993 in the writings of Colonel John Warden III, USAF, and his theory of strategic paralysis.