Information operations and the conduct of land warfare
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Published by Institute of Land Warfare, Association of the United States Army in Arlington, VA .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • United States. Army.,
  • Information warfare.,
  • Strategy.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Robert J. Bunker.
SeriesLand warfare papers ;, no. 31
ContributionsInstitute of Land Warfare (Association of the United States Army)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsU163 .B86 1998
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 21 p. ;
Number of Pages21
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL61849M
LC Control Number99158005
OCLC/WorldCa40137437

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full range of military operations; IO include inter-acting with the GIE [global information environ-ment] and exploiting or denying an adversary™s in-formation and decision capabilities.fl7 The value of information to the conduct of land warfare has been commented on by Army Chief of Staff General Dennis J. ReimerŠfiThe evolving. Information Operations is a category of direct and indirect support operations for the United States Military. By definition in Joint Publication , "IO are described as the integrated employment of electronic warfare (EW), computer network operations (CNO), psychological operations (PSYOP), military deception (MILDEC), and operations security (OPSEC), in concert with specified supporting.   The digital age has permanently changed the way states conduct political warfare—necessitating a rebalancing of security priorities in democracies. The utilisation of cyberspace by state and non-state actors to subvert democratic elections, encourage the proliferation of violence and challenge the sovereignty and values of democratic states Author: Thomas Paterson, Lauren Hanley. conduct of operations without effective opposition. Information Warfare [2] (DOD) Information operations conducted during time of crisis or conflict to achieve or promote specific objectives over a specific adversary or adversaries. Also called IW. [4] Information Warfare is any action to Deny, Exploit, Corrupt or Destroy the enemy’s.

provides an overview of the conduct of information operations. It discusses methods by which staffs at company through corps and above affect the information environment todecisive advantage but a with differing levels of expertise, supporting capabilities, and authorities. The chapter reviews a range of. Cyberwarfare is the use of digital attacks to attack a nation, causing comparable harm to actual warfare and or disrupting the vital computer systems. There is significant debate among experts regarding the definition of cyberwarfare, and even if such a thing exists. One view is that the term "cyberwarfare" is a misnomer, since no offensive cyber actions to date could be described as "war". This book is written by the Joint Command, Control, and Information Warfare School (JCIWS) instructors at the Joint Forces Staff College (JFSC), as well as our guest speakers and former students. We are professional Information Operations instructors, who conduct the only joint Information Warfare (IW) course in the United States. Information includes news, entertainment, communication, strategic communication, psychological operations, propaganda and malicious cyber attacks. In most of the world, information is related to education and the freedom of expression which, when honored, has the ability to expand a people’s understanding and correct their s: 7.

  The edition of report, released May 2, expands on last year’s version and outlines the Chinese Network Systems Department, one of two deputy theater command level departments within the Strategic Support Force responsible for information operations. “The SSF Network Systems Department is responsible for information warfare with a mission set that includes cyberwarfare, . 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. Integrating empirical, conceptual, and theoretical approaches, this book presents the thinking of researchers and experts in the fields of cybersecurity, cyberdefense, and information warfare. The aim of this book is to analyze the processes of information warfare and cyberwarfare through the historical, operational and strategic perspectives. Information Operations, serves as the Army’s foundational doctrine for information operations. The purpose of this edition is to better align Army doctrine with joint doctrine, while recognizing the unique requirements of information operations in support of the land force. FM discusses the conduct of.