Cover: Challenges to Achieving Information Warfare Convergence in the U.S. Air Force

Challenges to Achieving Information Warfare Convergence in the U.S. Air Force

Published Jan 3, 2024

by Elizabeth Bodine-Baron, Jonathan Fujiwara

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This report summarizes major challenges facing the U.S. Air Force as it attempts to mature information warfare forces and capabilities. The findings and recommendations documented here were developed as part of a larger project titled "Intelligence Support to the Air Force Information Warfare Enterprise" sponsored by the Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff for Cyber Effects Operations, Headquarters U.S. Air Force.

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