Addressing the Nexus of National Security and Information As Power
U.S. Army Spc. Donald Peterssen, left, 44th Expeditionary Signal Battalion, and Air Force Staff Sgt. Miguel Barajas, 102nd Information Warfare Squadron, take down the flag during the 2009 COMBINED ENDEAVOR closing ceremony in the Netherlands, Sept. 17, 2009. Thirty-nine nations participated in the U.S. European Command-sponsored communications and information systems interoperability exercise between and among Partnership for Peace, NATO and other nations.  (Photo: DOD)




Jeffrey L. Caton, Cori E. Dauber,
Jeffrey L. Groh, and David J. Smith

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In this volume the Information in Warfare Working Group of the U.S. Army War College provides eight USAWC AY2009 resident student papers addressing the role of information activities in the national security arena. Four of the papers address 'Information Effects in the Cognitive Dimension' and four address 'Information Effects through Network and Knowledge-Based Operations.'

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