Ep. 66 – How Will Technology Change Future Wars?

December 14, 2018 01:01:01
Ep. 66 – How Will Technology Change Future Wars?
Modern War Institute
Ep. 66 – How Will Technology Change Future Wars?
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Show Notes

In this episode, John Amble is joined by retired Maj. Gen. David Fastabend and Mr. Ian Sullivan. Both have been heavily involved with initiatives to conceptualize the future of warfare for the Army's Training and Doctrine Command, where Sullivan is the assistant G-2 for ISR and futures. They talk through a range of emerging and future technologies and how they will impact the way we fight the wars of tomorrow.

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