'What's the Big Idea?'

McKenna, Tech. Sgt. Pat
October 1998
Airman;Oct98, Vol. 42 Issue 10, p34
Features the US Air Force's Information Warfare Battlelab, an idea-processing facility. Colonel Jim Watkins as information warfare battlelab commander; Mission and role of the battlelab; Subsets of information warfare; `Information Warfare Reachback' as the lab's firs successful idea.


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