US JSOTF Information Operations Opts for Low-Tech Solutions




Information Operations instantly engenders ideas of hi-tech media and the intention of controlling a broad spectrum of communications. In fact, the most effective elements of IO are those that can be applied within a limited media environment. Kurt Soholt is the ACE Chief of the of the US Army's 1st IO Command. His IO crucible was the Special Operations Command in the Philippines, where he served as Chief Information Officer. In this region, the US Army has quickly learned that radio, word-of-mouth and SMS-based messaging are domains that are used extensively by the local population - and are nodes well worth developing. Learn more about what solutions proved effective for JSOTF (Joint Special Operations Task Force) in this part of the world.
Information Operations instantly engenders ideas of hi-tech media and the intention of controlling a broad spectrum of communications. In fact, the most effective elements of IO are those that can be applied within a limited media environment. Kurt Soholt is the ACE Chief of the of the US Army's 1st IO Command. His IO crucible was the Special Operations Command in the Philippines, where he served as Chief Information Officer. In this region, the US Army has quickly learned that radio, word-of-mo...
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