Ep. 88 – Intelligence and the Future Battlefield, with Lt. Gen. Scott Berrier

October 15, 2019 00:37:05
Ep. 88 – Intelligence and the Future Battlefield, with Lt. Gen. Scott Berrier
Modern War Institute
Ep. 88 – Intelligence and the Future Battlefield, with Lt. Gen. Scott Berrier
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Show Notes

This episode of the MWI Podcast features a conversation with Lt. Gen. Scott Berrier, the Army G-2. The discussion touches on a range of topics, from how the intelligence function is being modernized to meet the needs of the future battlefield to the way Army counterintelligence can best contribute to protecting sensitive technologies from adversary efforts to steal them.

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