Swarming and the Future of Conflict

Swarming and the Future of Conflict Swarming is a seemingly amorphous but deliberately structured co ordinated and strategic way to perform military strikes from all directions This study examines the benefits and also the costs and r

  • Title: Swarming and the Future of Conflict
  • Author: John Arquilla David Ronfeldt
  • ISBN: 9780833028853
  • Page: 458
  • Format: Paperback
  • Swarming is a seemingly amorphous, but deliberately structured, co ordinated and strategic way to perform military strikes from all directions This study examines the benefits and also the costs and risks of engaging in a doctrinal change in the military to this method.

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    1. While in graduate school, I had a class called "Conflict in the Information Age." This book was part of our reading for the course. Of course, one of the authors of this book also happened to be the instructor of the class. Regardless, this book and the course first introduced me to theories about the character of twenty-first century warfare. While I don't think that the United States military is truly ready to implement swarming organizations and tactics into its operational concept, I do beli [...]

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