Academic journal article Military Review

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Academic journal article Military Review

From the Editor

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Appearances are deceiving. While our Army continues to bear arms in Bosnia and elsewhere, keeping the peace through the physical presence of determined soldiers wearing camouflage, helmets and body armor, an "outline" of a new Army is emerging in offices, laboratories and training areas. The way the new force will be organized, trained, equipped and utilized will be as different from today's force as Patton's armored divisions were from Pershing's American Expeditionary Forces.

In this issue of Military Review, we continue our investigation into the military impact of "informatic" technology and the vast amounts of data that flow through it. Articles in our lead section, "Future Operations," explore the commander's integration of information operations into his tool kit of instruments of force and influence and examine the resulting risks and advantages. In our "Future Warfare" section, authors provide diverse insights into using more forward thinking to prepare for crises, develop new combat techniques and deploy hybrid systems and organizations.

We continue to receive numerous submissions to Military Review, and we thank you for your support. Due to resource challenges, we have been publishing bimonthly, rather than monthly, since January 1995. Because this means less space, we receive more good articles than we can print. Delays in publication of articles may occur as we design issues around specific themes. …

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