The SIGNAL Blog


Europe Confronts Hybrid Combat

October 18, 2017
By Maj. Gen. Erich Staudacher, GEAF (Ret.)

NATO members and partner nations face an increasing threat of hybrid military action as potential adversaries combine kinetic and cyber activities.

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