Network-centric warfare as practiced by the U.S. crushed the Iraqi army within weeks, but is now struggling to adapt those techniques to a conflict with a guerrilla force that is hard to find as it moves in small groups among a large population and urban sprawl. "The bad news is that in a war against terrorists the network doesn't fit anymore," said Maj. Gen. (ret.) Isaac Ben-Israel, until recently the director of the defense research and development directorate in Israel's Defense ...

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