Top 10 Most Read Documents and Reference Materials
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FM 3-13 Information Operations: Doctrine, Tactics, Techniques and Procedures
(November 2003)
Army Social Media Handbook, Ver #2, Aug 2011
This edition includes updates to Army social media policy and new examples of Army leaders using social media effectively. It provides instructions on how to respond to social media imposters and fake sites. It also includes an expanded operations security section and an extensive social media glossary.
The Way the Army Fights Today - LTG Robert L. Caslen, Jr.
As part of his discussion of Change 1 to Field Manuel 3-0, LTG Caslen says that the change 1 will replace the five Army information tasks with inform and incluence activities (IIA) and cyber/electromagnetic (C/EM) activities.
China’s Cyber Power and America’s National Security
COL Spade's monograph examines the growth of Chinese cyber power and their known and demonstrated capabilities for offensive, defensive and exploitive computer network operations. Comparing China’s capacity and potential to the United States’ current efforts for cyber security, Spade highlights the degree to which the People’s Republic of China’s cyber power poses a threat to United States’ national security and offers proposals to improve future U.S. policy for cyber security and defense.
Commander’s Handbook for Strategic Communication and Communication Strategy
Version 3.0, US Joint Forces Command, 24 June 2010 -- This handbook serves as a bridge between current practices in the field and the migration into doctrine. As such, the intent is to inform SC proponents, practitioners, doctrine writers, educators, and trainers of SC for inclusion in joint doctrine, education, and training.
Integration of Information Operations in Combat
MAJ Christopher Quick, Naval Post Graduate School Thesis (December 2008)
ARSTRAT IO Newsletter, Vol 12, No 4
February 2012
ARSTRAT IO Newsletter, Vol 12, No 7
May 2012
Hurricane Katrina: Communications & Infrastructure Impacts
Dr. Robert Miller, Senior Research Professor, National Defense University
The Role of Information and Communication in Disaster Response
Dennis Murphy, From Threats at our Threshold: Homeland Defense and Homeland Security in the New Century (October 2007)

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