Post Tagged with: "Afghanistan"

China copying drones | Afghanistan command shift | Tech vs. men

The onslaught of cyber attacks out of China isn’t new, but it seems the targets are becoming more focused.  A coordinated effort to steal design data on US drones has been in …

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McMaster on war | ISAF’s next phase | CGSC broken?

Maj. Gen. H.R. McMaster, commander of the U.S. Army Maneuver Center of Excellence and all-around big brain, offers his suggestions for approaching the study of war and warfare at the DEF2013 blog.…

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Robots & chai | Afghan update | CyberCom ‘cowboy’

The size and precise roles of the U.S. contingent in Afghanistan are still being worked out, reports the Washington Times’ Kristina Wong.

Apropos of such missions comes Army intel officer Lt. Col. …

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How many troops in Afghanistan?

As top U.S. and NATO generals wait for the end of the fighting season in Afghanistan, James Stavridis, the former NATO supreme commander-turned-Fletcher School dean, argues in Foreign Policy that the time …

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