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VICTORY IN TODAY’S WARS: NEW INSIGHTS ON THE ROLE OF COMMUNICATIONS  By James P. Farwell

Over 100 years ago, the philosopher-strategist Carl von Clausewitz wrote that a trinity of passion, chance, and political purpose drives the vicissitudes of war. ...Read more >

100 Pages
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(TS/SI/REL) VPN SIG DEV BASIS  

what is a VPN ? A Virtual Private Network or VPN is a computer network that uses encryption to securely connect remote users/networks over an otherwise insecure ...Read more >

30 Pages
4.34 MB
SIGDEV CONFERENCE 2012   

Does NSA CT knows what technologics, communications products and applications, and modus operandi are being used by terrorists, terrorist groups, or in locations of interest? ...Read more >

40 Pages
6.85 MB
NATIONAL EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS PLAN  By Jeh Charles Johnson

Since the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) was established in 2003, one of its top priorities has been—and will continue to be—enhancing the communications capabilities of the Nation’s emergency responders. ...Read more >

108 Pages
5.96 MB
SIGNAL SUPPORT TO THEATER OPERATIONS  

This manual is applicable at strategic, operational, and tactical levels of war and pertains to major combat operations, small scale contingencies, Department of Homeland Security, and to a lesser degree, special ...Read more >

124 Pages
8.55 MB
RADIO COMMUNICATIONS IN THE DIGITAL AGE  

Military organizations have used HF radios for both strategic and tactical communications for more than 80 years; however, with the advent of satellites, HF had been de-emphasized and fell into ...Read more >

98 Pages
1.03 MB
COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY MONITORING  

This regulation implements Department of Defense instruction (DODI) 8560.01 and National Telecommunications and Information Systems Security Directive (NTISSD) 600. The principles of this regulation apply to all forms of COMSEC monitoring conducted by Army ...Read more >

30 Pages
97.79 KB
DEFCON 18 : WHO CARES ABOUT IPV6?  By Bowne

26 Pages
776.35 KB
THE FIRST RESPONDER NETWORK AND NEXT-GENERATION COMMUNICATIONS FOR PUBLIC SAFETY  By Linda K. Moore

Since September 11, 2001, when communications failures contributed to the tragedies of the day, Congress has passed several laws intended to create a nationwide emergency communications ...Read more >

30 Pages
338.52 KB
ASSESSING THE REASONS FOR FAILURE : 1ST BRITISH AIRBORNE DIVISION SIGNAL COMMUNICATIONS DURING OPERATION MARKET GARDEN  By Major John W. Greenacre British Arm

Not since 1854, when Captain Lewis Nolans vague dispatch of Lord Raglans poorly conceived orders condemned Lord Cardigan and the Light Brigade to devastation, has the role of communications in a military defeat come under such scrutiny as it has at the Battle of Arnhem. An entire industry has grown around the literature of Arnhem, from contemporary accounts to modern ...Read more >

28 Pages
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UNDERSTANDING AND COMMUNICATING THROUGH NARRATIVES  

The military is increasingly using and relying on the term narrative in its lexicon. United States strategic guidance documents generally implore commanders to shape the narrative, doctrinal publications recommend commanders to exploit a single narrative, and operational plans direct commanders to execute an operational ...Read more >

49 Pages
599.29 KB
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FOR COMMUNICATION AND PERSUASION ABROAD  

Over the last 10 years, the Govt has made significant investments in science and technology in order to enhance its ability to understand and shape public opinion and behaviour ...Read more >

36 Pages
6.67 MB
SATELLITES AND REMOTELY PILOTED AIRCRAFT  

Advances in technology allow modern forces to fight battles at extreme distances, separating the shooter from the target. Whereas Colonel Prescott delivered his famous ...Read more >

75 Pages
4.88 MB
ASSESSING DODS STUDY THE ELECTRONIC MANAGEMENT OF DOD-RELATED STUDIES.   

The Departments electronic management of DoD related studies is fundamental to ensuring optimal use of previous and current studies and the most efficient and effective use of scarce resources. The Board urges DoD to consider the Task Group’s findings and implement its ...Read more >

31 Pages
1.28 MB
JOINT COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM  

The objective of the joint communications system is to assist the joint force commander in command and control of military operations. Effective C2 is vital for proper integration and employment of operational capabilities. The Department of Defenses end to end communications system supporting the JFC is the Global Information ...Read more >

156 Pages
3.85 MB
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