Potential trumps problems, but command, control and employment are undefined
Continuing development of cyber-weapons and experimentation with digital warfare are triggering optimism and the occasional operational U-turn. In a few years, the U.S. Army, Navy and Marine Corps expect to be delivering airborne electronic fires and cyber-attacks for ground troops with a fusion of radio battalions, EA-6B Prowlers, EA-18G Growlers and a range of UAVs. Who actually commands and controls the technology operationally and strategically remains an open question. The ...
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