Pentagon ponders two sets of attack rules
The Army's top man in Europe says U.S. forces will have fewer tanks and more cyberweapons as they prepare for post-Afghanistan operations. Visiting Washington, Lt. Gen. Mark Hertling said that U.S. Army Europe has created a deployable anti-cyberforce from the 5th Signal Command and the 66th Military Intelligence Brigade stationed in Wiesbaden, Germany. Explaining the decommissioning of two armored brigades, “We're not lined up against the Warsaw Pact,” he says. “We're fighting a lot of ...
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