Technology in Warfare: The Electronic Dimension

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From the Russo-Japanese War of 1904-1905, through World Wars I and II and up to the present day, the field of electronic warfare has developed at a truly astonishing speed. The early use of radio to organize and coordinate basic naval actions over 100 years ago has evolved into today's staggeringly complex Command, Control, Communications and Intelligence (C3I) networks that enable field commanders to coordinate massive, multi-faceted military engagements from a single point of command. Unlike the trenches of the early 20th ...

Technology in Warfare: The Electronic Dimension 2009, Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research

ISBN-13: 9789948009641

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