Part I - Sending Trons Downrange: Projecting Manoeuvre Warfare in the Electromagnetic Spectrum
History has revealed that tactics developed and resources spent on static defensive mentalities rarely win out against an adaptive aggressive foe. Examples include fortresses, castles, or dug in troops like those on the Maginot Line. These inflexible non-manoeuvre defences were easily fixed and then dealt with on a time line determined by their adversary.
The Electromagnetic Spectrum (EMS) is no different. The Department of Defense (DoD) must dismiss the idea or belief in a static EM...
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