Politics and Economics (CGU)
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This paper focuses on the implications of information operations (IO) on the U.S. Army's conduct of land warfare over the next decade. This transitional period from the experimental Force XXI to the digitized Army XXI offers many promises, potentials and even pitfalls for the world's predominant land power force. BG James M. Dubik, USA, has recognized this in his earlier Institute of Land Warfare paper Creating Combat Power for the 21st Century.
© 1998 Association of the United States Army
Robert J. Bunker, “Information Operations and the Conduct of Land Warfare,” Land Warfare Paper 31 (Arlington, VA: Association of the United States Army, October 1998).