IED not the key threat we face in the future - so what is?
As some people begin to question the need for the Joint IED Defeat Organization (JIEDDO) beyond the 2014 withdrawal from Afghanistan, Defence IQ was interested to get a view on the matter. Will the IED remain a key threat – the key threat – to military forces over the next decade? Or would protection against the roadside bomb be a symptom of next-war-itus?
Recently Lt. Gen. Michael Barbero, director of JIEDDO, was speaking in front of an audience in Washington, discussing the lon...
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