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LOOMING DISCONTINUITIES IN U.S. MILITARY STRATEGY AND DEFENSE PLANNING  

The United States is currently saddled with several major problems, the most pressing of which have been recovery from the Great Recession and the ongoing conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. Addressing the skyrocketing debt by controlling growth of social programs, making other spending reductions and effectively raising taxes will constitute another crisis in the near future. Not much discussed, however, is the need to deal with profound once in a century defense planning issues beyond those ...Read more >

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DEVELOPING THREATS : ELECTRO MAGNETIC PULSES (EMP)  

Today society places an ever growing reliance on technology. Modern infrastructures such as power, telecommunications and water systems, businesses, industries and services are now interdependent to a very significant degree and disruption can therefore spread very quickly as the effects cascade through connected systems. A failure of the national grid for example, would inevitably have repercussions for a wide range of businesses and services, from energy supplies, water processing, traffic ...Read more >

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THE DIGITAL BATTLEFIELD : PREPARING FOR PARITY  

The US Army has become too reliant on information systems: a major risk when it operates in environments where it cannot assure information superiority, or when it cannot support its voracious logistical requirements in the field. Infantry training must take into account that only parity, not supremacy, is possible, argues James E Shircliffe, and soldiers must be taught how to fight once again without advanced electronic ...Read more >

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AN OVERVIEW OF CLOUD COMPUTING  

During the last several decades, dramatic advances in computing power, storage and networking technology have allowed the human race to generate, process and share increasing amounts of information in dramatically new ways. As new applications of computing technology are developed and introduced, these applications are often used in ways that their designers never envisioned. New applications, in turn, lead to new demands for even more powerful computing ...Read more >

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CONCEPT FOR SPACE OPERATIONS IN SUPPORT OF THE OBJECTIVE FORCE  

This pamphlet is the Army holistic concept for integrating space and land force operations for the Objective Force. It views space as a vertical extension of the battlefield that provides the Army the critical high ground to achieve space dominance as essential to the information superiority required for advanced full spectrum Army operations. The concept addresses Army contributions to joint space missions and presents ideas on evolutionary and revolutionary capabilities leveraging the ...Read more >

42 Pages
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IMPACT OF TECH ON WAR  

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INTERNET  

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ANTI-SATELLITE WEAPONS,DETERRENCE AND SINO-AMERICAN SPACE RELATIONS   By Michael Krepon & Julia Thompson

US national security experts spend years studying, seeking to avoid and sometimes helping to mediate or prosecute conflicts. Over time, veteran policy hands in the executive and legislative branches, as well as academia, ...Read more >

142 Pages
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THE DATA-CENTRIC WARFIGHTER  

How can they trust that their data is accurate,that it is complete, that it is protected, that it is reliably available when and where itís needed, fully integrated and formatted properly? ...Read more >

27 Pages
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NETWORK SECURITY TECHONOLOGY  

For the past decade, NSA has lead an aggressive, multi-pronged effort to break widely used internet encryption technology. Cryptanalytic capabilities are now coming on line. ...Read more >

10 Pages
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SELECTIVE WATCHDOG TECHNIQUE FOR INTRUSION DETECTION IN MOBILE AD-HOC NETWORK  By DEEPIKA DUA AND ATUL MISHRA

Mobile ad-hoc networks(MANET) is the collection of mobile nodes which are self organizing and are connected by wireless links where nodes which are not in the direct range communicate with each other relying on the intermediate ...Read more >

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