deterrent options

deterrent options

A course of action, developed on the best economic, diplomatic, political, and military judgment, designed to dissuade an adversary from a current course of action or contemplated operations. (In constructing an operation plan, a range of options should be presented to effect deterrence. Each option requiring deployment of forces should be a separate force module.)
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Suggested steps include deterrent options like fencing and closed circuit cameras, and delaying approaches such as trees and bollards to slow down vehicles.
We will continue to be the centerpiece of visible maritime deterrence, providing our national command authority with flexible deterrent options, all domain access, and a visible forward presence.
They say: "Please can can you be mindful of this and consider further deterrent options such as wheel clams and steering wheel clamps etc.
Since doctrinal misperceptions take place at the military level, the lessons here are particularly relevant to planners, as they develop assessments and deterrent options for civilian leaders.
Through the joint planning process, planners, working through the interagency process, consider deterrent options for every instrument of national power--diplomatic, informational, military, and economic--across all phases of military operations.
Deterrent options can be either latent (passive) or active.
To address some of these concerns in today's asymmetric environments, Washington revised its deterrent options to a tailored deterrence concept focused on specific state or non-state actors.
We are looking to provide a more effective solution and are currently researching pigeon deterrent options.
Specifically, it describes the integration of space forces and capabilities into deliberate planning, crisis action planning, and possible flexible deterrent options.
Deterrent options often require visibility or public disclosure that are not always consonant with the secrecy and surprise that operational consideration would ordinarily warrant.
A possible alternative deterrent option could be to deploy one or more of the Navy's four cruise missile--armed submarines to the Gulf region.
Japan is simply too small and vulnerable to contemplate any but the most minimal deterrent options.