Army strategizes for victory in cyberwar

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The U.S. Army is developing new cyberwar strategies, recognizing that the nature of cyberwar reduces the advantages that America has had over its enemies through its traditional military, reports Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.

“Today’s adversaries have studied how the U.S. Joint Force prefers to operate and have adapted by developing capabilities that contest U.S. operations on land, at sea, in the air, in space, and in cyberspace, as well as across the electromagnetic spectrum, information environment, and cognitive dimension of warfare,” explains a new report, “The U.S. Army Concept for Cyberspace and Electronic Warfare Operations.”

“Defeating futures enemies that possess advanced capabilities calls for land forces operation as part of integrated joint teams

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