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Multi-Domain Operations: The Future of War, and How It Affects YOU

The Cyberdomain’s most important deception is to convince you that you’re not in conflict.

“My mission was to participate in a missile and torpedo engagement exercise at Pacific Missile Range Facility as part of RIMPAC 2018. RIMPAC (Rim of the Pacific Exercise) is the largest naval exercise in the world. It’s used to test interoperability and the ability to work as an international force.”

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  • Casey Klahn October 8, 2020, 9:45 PM

    Don’t get me wrong; the author of this vid is super swooft and I recognize that. However, the science of ballistics are such that you fukn well do know when the round will hit! he just meant that he didn’t have the exact current firing data, because he’s a non-fighter rehmf.

    Ok. I fixed that. The general goes on to say don’t fuck with us we are as bad as bad ever has been. Very true. However, “bad” is a relative term. Bad is a cowboy whose willing to pop his adversary in the head, point blank, on a dare (and knowing full well it’s the showdown). Bad maybe a Somali drug lord high on drugs, and in command of street armies. Bad may be a BLM local hood with the cajones to act on a particular day, against you.

    Be the bad. Not sure I am, but I’m regarding the problem. Are we in a civi war? What happens the day after Trump’s landslide? On Drudge this morning they thought he was down 9 points to Biden. They’re going to be pissed when reality breaks.

  • Groman October 9, 2020, 6:15 AM

    During the Vietnam War, division was used against us. Between the KGB supported anti-war movement and a media led by Walter Cronkite that claimed we were getting our butts kicked when we actually were on the cusp of victory, support for the effort collapsed. We all know the rest of the story.