Air Force Must Change to Win New Age of Information Wars

To win wars in the information age, the Air Force needs to change the way it thinks, trains, and ultimately fights, including shedding a “geographical mindset,” service leaders said Sept. 9.

Lt. Gen. Timothy D. Haugh, who leads Air Force cyber forces as commander of the 16th Air Force, told the Billington Cybersecurity Summit that in cyberwarfare, data trumps geography. One of the biggest barriers the newly established 16th Air Force faced was “a geographical mindset, … the geographical boundaries we set for ourselves.”

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