Information Superiority at the Tip of the Digital Sword

Fox, Wesley
April 2010
Armada International;Apr/May2010, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p14
The article discusses the concept of battlegroup. It explains how the battlegroup concept was influenced by high technology. It describes the networked digitised platforms centered on tactical information being supported by multiple tactical communication networks, which replaced the radio-linked elements of a World War II (WWII) battlegroup. Also noted are the vehicles and gadgets used by battlegroups.


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