Hidden in this article appear to be three small points of hope:
The bill would also require a plan to counter Russian military modernization and capabilities, such as drones, electronic warfare and long-range precision strike capabilities. The bill would further require a plan to train allied forces to counter Russian cyber and information operations.
Interesting, whoever wrote this separated cyber from information operations, so obviously, they’re either not familiar with IO in the military or somehow they mistakenly believe one exists independently from the other. The same goes for electronic warfare. Perhaps the author believes information operations is what the government does and not just the military. Semper gumby, either way.
BY REBECCA KHEEL – 06/13/17 12:01 AM EDT
The ranking member of the House Armed Services Committee will introduce in the coming weeks a bill aimed at forcing the Trump administration to craft a comprehensive policy…
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