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Series title from Center for Technology and National Security Policy web site.
Describes United States capabilities in networked warfare as well as the growing threats posed by China and Al Qaeda to its dominance in this arena. Examines the strategic and operational advantages of networked warfare and suggests why and how U.S. forces should improve these capabilities.
Includes bibliographical references.
Introduction -- Networking in warfare : end or beginning? -- The military networking monopoly will not last -- Improving cognitive performance in the civilian world -- Building a battle-wise military -- Suggestions -- Conclusion.