Making IO work : exploring the need for an information operations command
Saegert, Joseph A.
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This thesis investigates the establishment of an Information Operations (IO) command and will stimulate further discussion and research of this issue. Concepts and definitions of Information Operations are presented to provide the reader a common framework of understanding upon which to base further discussion of IO. Current organizational structure, doctrine for execution of IO, and how IO supports national and military objectives are also presented and shortcomings examined. After consideration of several possible solutions a proposed structure for an IO command is presented and the feasibility of that structure discussed.
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