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Process underway to one day bring cyber weapons to battlefield
Wednesday - 9/12/2012, 9:14am EDT
Foreign Policy magazine reports that the Army and Marines are creating a process for front-line troops to request cyber weapons like they order artillery and air support.
Army officials said first they have to define what exactly is a cyber weapon or tactical fire in military-speak. It typically considers cyber on a larger, operational or strategic level.
But it wants even the smallest fighting unit to have cyber weapons if they need them. That means training is another major hurdle.
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