Lessons from Others for Future U.S. Army Operations in and Through the Information Environment

  title={Lessons from Others for Future U.S. Army Operations in and Through the Information Environment},
  author={Christopher Paul and Colin P. Clarke and Michael Schwille and J. Hl{\'a}vka and Michael D. Brown and Steven Davenport and I. Porche and J. Harding},
Harnessing the potential of old and new technology, state and nonstate actors alike dedicate significant effort to developing and employing information power. This examination of the evolution of allied and adversary activities in and through the information environment and comparative analysis of capability areas in which these others excel can guide future U.S. Army force planning. 
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