Two Sets Of Cyberattack Rules Are Considered

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...

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