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Battle-Wise: Gaining Advantage in Networked Warfare
David C. Gompert (au); Irving Lachow (au); Justin Perkins (au)
Military campaigns are increasingly shaped by networks that enable dispersed & disparate forces to collaborate by sharing data. Networks are turning information power into military power. The U.S. has pioneered networked warfare. But the U.S. will have company, for ex. , China & Al Qaeda are showing interest in tapping the power of info. As adversaries exploit networks, the U.S. must seek new leverage by improving its fighters’ ability to use info. in war’s confusing, critical, & violent conditions. The authors suggest why & how U.S. & allied forces should improve these faculties to attain new operational & strategic advantages. They draw lessons from non-military sectors, including some in which urgent life-&-death decisions must be made. Illustrations.
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