Technologies for Information Operations Short Course, Practical Education for Tomorrow's Technology Warfighters
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Since 1996, the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) and the Center for Joint Services Electronic Warfare have sponsored an international, 3-week, technical short course. Technologies for Information Operations (TIO). TIO is a non-degree short course taught in residence at NPS.
Brochure for the Technologies for Information Operations (TIO) short course, Center for Joint Services Electronic Warfare.
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