Ep. 15 - "Intelligence Operations on the Modern Battlefield" with GEN (R) Michael Hayden

November 02, 2016 00:25:21
Ep. 15 - "Intelligence Operations on the Modern Battlefield" with GEN (R) Michael Hayden
Modern War Institute
Ep. 15 - "Intelligence Operations on the Modern Battlefield" with GEN (R) Michael Hayden
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Show Notes

MWI talks to GEN (R) Michael Hayden, former NSA and CIA director, about the changes in the way we collect and use intelligence and how that will influence the modern battlefield.

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