Developing a multi-domain strategy for digital warfare
The U.S. Army may not have stealth fighters or nuclear submarines, but it’s a high-tech organization all the same. Even walkie-talkies are digital and networked nowadays. From the foot soldier navigating the front lines with GPS, to the drone taking pictures overhead, to the officer making plans at the command post, to the supply clerk ordering spare parts back at base, a modern army depends on a complex network of computers sharing data over land lines and radio waves.
But land lines can be cut, radio waves can be jammed, and computers can be hacked.
All these tactics and technologies must be updated for the modern age. We tackle these issues and more in The Army Overhauls Its Networks For Future War.