Book Details

The First Information War
$18.95
Edited by Col. Alan D. Campen, USAF (Ret.)
Tells the story of communications, computers and intelligence systems in the Persian Gulf War, and how the United States and its allies used information as both a weapon and as a target during this conflict. Covers the use of information systems, which made "dumb" bombs "smart," guided cruise missiles across featureless desert and connected intelligence sites around the world to provide invaluable strategic information. Explores information denial tactics, to include hard-kill, soft-kill and very soft-kill strikes that blinded, confused and disconnected leaders from their troops.
218 pages Hardcover 0-916159-24-8 Published: 1992

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