Information operations · Military Information Support Operations

NTIS charging for free documents?


I just received a link to the following titled article: Irregular Warfare Information Operations Understanding the Role of People, Capabilities and Effects I was curious, so I clicked on the link and it seemed familiar. http://www.ntis.gov/search/product.aspx?ABBR=ADA547305 This is a very good article by my friend, Norm Emery, that won a writing contest at the Combined Arms… Continue reading NTIS charging for free documents?

Crisis Management · inform and influence activities · Information operations · Inter-cultural communication · Propaganda · Public Diplomacy · social media · Strategic Communication · Strategic Narratives · U.S. strategic communication

Is Information really important to the US?


A generally accepted principle in the US military is that there are four elements of national power in the United States:  Diplomatic, Information, Military and Economy or DIME. Last evening I had a long conversation with Charles Hawkins, Dr. Zhang Zhexin, Dail Doucette, a Medical Doctor and a visitor from Germany, quite a diverse and… Continue reading Is Information really important to the US?