Commanders urge new tactics to prevail in asymmetric campaigns
A drastic rethinking of operational doctrine, along with new ways of using troops, weapons and information, will be necessary if the West is to be successful in fighting asymmetric adversaries. The battlefields on which Western armies wage war against ideologically driven, stateless enemies are fluid, multi-dimensional and without boundaries or borders. To dominate in this changing era of warfare, forces must embrace new tactical and strategic concepts and be mindful of the role opinion ...
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