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National Military Strategy: Information Warfare.
Strategy research rept.,
ARMY WAR COLL CARLISLE BARRACKS PA
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The U. S. Government has realized that new technologies will have a significant impact not only on everyday life but also on national security and the conduct of future warfare. While evaluating the powerful potential of information, policymakers are also attempting to understand a variety of problems surrounding it. This paper analyzes IW, specifically the protection of information, as a component of the 1995 National Military Strategy NMS. It reviews the ends, ways, and means of our IW strategy. It focuses on the actions of the U. S. Government, the Department of Defense DoD, and Joint Chiefs of Staff JCS, especially on the U. S. Armys role. It examines the Armys IW strategy and provides some recommendations for what it needs to do to further support national policy.
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