Flexibility, Response Time, And Warfighting Capabilities

Kreisher, Otto
February 2003
Sea Power;Feb2003, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p28
Reports on the importance of computerized communications in modern military operations in the U.S. Provision of wider ranges of data communication services; Reliance of a highly classified operational orders and intelligence; Increase of the rate of network attacks via Internet.


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