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Technology for the United States Navy and Marine Corps, 2000-2035: Becoming a 21st-Century Force, Volume 3 Information in Warfare
the Department of the Navy should consider the development of organic sensors to sustain Forward…From the Sea dominance.
Make information warfare operational. Integrate defense and offense and develop needed technology, systems, tactics, tools, and intelligence support.
To develop the capabilities required for information warfare in 2035, the Department of the Navy should continue to make information warfare activities operational by integrating defensive and offensive elements at the control of the warfighter and by investing in the development of specific technology for support of countermeasures and defensive capabilities, offensive tools and tactics, and intelligence capabilities.