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Overmatch is a concept in modern military thinking which prizes having overwhelming advantages over an adversary to a more significant margin than in traditional warfare. It is related to military superiority.[1] Overmatch uses a military force's "capabilities or unique tactics" to compel the opposing forces to stop using their own equipment or tactics, as doing so would lead to their own defeat or destruction.[2] By fielding the right mix of capabilities, the commander can present multiple dilemmas to the enemy, thus compelling the enemy to withdraw.[3]: 57:00 

DARPA AlphaDogfight Trials (ADTs), 20 August 2020
DARPA AlphaDogfight Trials (ADTs), 20 August 2020

Definition

According to the US Army the definition of overmatch is "the concept where my (insert lethality system here) can willfully and without prejudice or luck defeat your (insert your protective system here)."[4]

According to Raytheon overmatch is a verb which means "to defeat threats at every level – strategic, tactical and technological."[5]

According to Ben Barry "overmatch is a very polite, clinical way of saying could be defeated.”[6]

Example — AI versus human pilots

AI agents are not subject to the physiological constraints of a human pilot, such as the danger of flying at low altitude, or the g-forces of the aircraft accelerations. Human pilots noted that the AI agents flew with fine motor control. In the 2020 AlphaDogfight Trials (see image to the right), the AI agents battled for the chance to dogfight an expert human pilot. The winning AI agent consistently defeated an expert human pilot.[7] The technology will be installed in actual aircraft by 2024.[8][9][10]

Note: DoD's Joint AI Center (JAIC) has convened 100 online participants from 13 countries to discuss how to use AI in a way that is consonant with their national ethical principles, termed the 'AI Partnership for Defense' in 2020.[11][9][12]

One possible application is elevate the role of human pilots to mission commanders, leaving AI as wingmen to perform as high-skill operators of robotic craft.[10][7]

History

After the end of major operations in the Global War on Terror the US Army emphasized overmatch in their modernization effort.[13]

In 2017 a task force was formed to modernize the Army. Its recommendation was to form the Army Futures Command, to engage in systematic development of capabilities to overmatch its adversaries.[14]

In 2021 the 40th Chief of Staff of the Army identified[15]

"Overmatch will belong to the side that can make decisions faster. To meet emerging challenges, the Army is transforming to provide the joint force with speed, range, and convergence of cutting edge technologies that will generate the decision dominance and overmatch required to win the next fight.”

Analysis

Overmatch has been criticized as unsustainable in the long term[16] and requiring immense investments in the military and cutting-edge technologies.[17]

See also

References

  1. ^ Button, Robert W. "Thinking Constructively About Overmatch". www.rand.org. RAND. Retrieved 8 August 2020.
  2. ^ Kevin M. Woods and Thomas C. Greenwood (Jan. 9, 2018) Joint Force Quarterly88 Multidomain Battle: Time for a Campaign of Joint Experimentation Overmatch provides "capabilities for presenting an adversary with multiple, simultaneous dilemmas across domains".
  3. ^ Gen. David G. Perkins (Nov 2, 2015) US Naval War College, Lecture of Opportunity: Gen. David G. Perkins: The Army Operating Concept
  4. ^ Horning, Matthew A. "INFORMATION OVERMATCH: HOW INFORMATION DOMINANCE WILL WIN OUR NATION'S WARS". asc.army.mil. US Army. Retrieved 8 August 2020.
  5. ^ "Land Warfare Overmatch Solutions". www.raytheon.com. Raytheon. Retrieved 8 August 2020.
  6. ^ Lye, Harry. "Russia would defeat British Division in 2025, MPs warned". www.army-technology.com. Army-Technology.com. Retrieved 7 November 2020.
  7. ^ a b Theresa Hitchens (20 August 2020) AI Slays Top F-16 Pilot In DARPA Dogfight Simulation The AI systems are eventually to serve as wingmen for human commanders.
  8. ^ SYDNEY J. FREEDBERG JR. (09 September 2020) AI To Fly In Dogfight Tests By 2024: SecDef For "human-machine teaming".
  9. ^ a b Sydney J. Freedberg, Jr. (24 February 2020) DoD Adopts AI Ethics Principles — But How Will They Be Enforced?
  10. ^ a b Tyler Rogoway (21 Sep 2020) The Air Force's Secret Next Gen Air Dominance Demonstrator Isn't What You Think It Is
  11. ^ Col. Christopher Holshek, USA Ret. (19 August 2020) Expanding Multi-Domain Operations to Win Moral Competition A recommendation —"integrate military-civilian physical and informational power"
  12. ^ Sydney J. Freedberg, Jr. (16 Sep 2020) Military AI Coalition Of 13 Countries Meets On Ethics
  13. ^ Judson, Jen. "Modernization reborn: Army pushes for total overmatch". www.defensenews.com. Defense News. Retrieved 8 August 2020.
  14. ^ When activated, the #USArmy Futures Command will have the overarching objective to achieve clear overmatch in future conflicts, making Soldiers and units more lethal to win the nation's wars, then return home safely.
  15. ^ Devon Suits (6 May 2021)  Army senior leaders seek sustained, consistent funding in new budget
  16. ^ Montgomery, Evan. "UNPACKING OVERMATCH: THREE CRUCIAL QUESTIONS ABOUT U.S. MILITARY SUPERIORITY". warontherocks.com. War on the Rocks. Retrieved 8 August 2020.
  17. ^ T. Klare, Michael. "Why 'Overmatch' Is Overkill". www.thenation.com. The Nation. Retrieved 8 August 2020.
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