By Tom Zmuda, Jaroslaw Manek, Dariusz Jezewski, Krzysztof Barcz, Tomasz Szlagor
Книга Название: Kagero Topshots No.12 - A-10 Thunderbolt II Название: Kagero Topshots No.12 - A-10 Thunderbolt II Книги Вооружение Автор: Tom Zmuda Год издания: 2005 Формат: pdf Издат.:Kagero Страниц: forty two Размер: 8.59 ISBN: 8389088827 Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Язык: английский/польскийMonograph protecting this flooring assault airplane. Many aspect photos make this an awesome ebook for the modeller. a hundred thirty color photographs. color 3-view. Drawings.
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I see information warfare as having both an ascending and a transcending role in military operations. To understand why I say this, I will draw a little bit upon my academic background. The history of the Second World War offers great examples of the military and civilian leadership manipulating information, even in a very crude fashion, to achieve rather spectacular results. " These specialized folks focused intently upon breaking the Japanese and German codes. In Europe, the ULTRA project -- "ULTRA" for the "ULTRA secret" -- produced spectacular results.
S. S. media responses, they may be able to communicate quite inaccurate images to selected foreign publics. S. and allied decision making, particularly when the adversary is an authoritarian state with little or no necessity for consultation. DoD appears to lack the infrastructure, hardware, and human capital necessary to deliver television images into distant regions, especially in a non-warfare situation where the sovereignty of foreign states must be respected. Review of the requirements for flexible responses that give the National Command Authority a rich set of options appears to be wise.
For example: • • • • • the vulnerability of democracies to false, misleading, or carefully crafted attacks orchestrated through the news media; attacks by creative individuals skilled and determined enough to exploit communications systems and computer networks for illegal gain or to disrupt society; criminal organizations (terrorists, drug smugglers, illegal arms merchants, international poachers, and rogue banking groups) that sit across any one country's boundaries represent a poorly-met challenge; coalition warfare in which military cooperation and interoperability are essential, but political goals are not fully compatible and intelligence sources and methods must be protected; and psychological warfare waged against a general population in order to undermine confidence in leaders or the wisdom of their actions, often exploiting ethnic, social or moral cleavages in the target society.