Information superiority

January 1999
Airman;Jan1999, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p10
Examines the superiority of the United States Air Force's information technology. Capability to protect and use vital information as airlift or firepower; Technologies used to ensure data flow; Use of unmanned aerial vehicles; Preparation made for the year 2000 problem.


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