Army to use science fiction to envision information warfare, WMD threats

By Evan Ochsner / January 24, 2022 at 3:30 PM
The Army Cyber Institute is turning to an unusual source to help leaders anticipate future threats: graphic novels. Three graphic novels based on research into information warfare and weapons of mass destruction are intended to “generate conversation within the Army, NATO and the broader community about the future threats in the environment and today’s actions to prepare for those threats,” according to a Jan. 24 notice . The graphic novels will be science fiction prototypes, defined in the notice as...

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