While propaganda and disinformation have been used to destabilize opposing forces throughout history, the US military remains unprepared for the way these methods have been adapted to the Internet era. This article explores the modern history of disinformation campaigns and the current state of US military readiness in the face of campaigns from near-peer competitors and proposes education as the best way to prepare US servicemembers to defend against such campaigns.
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Meghan Fitzpatrick, Ritu Gill & Jennifer F. Giles, "Information Warfare: Lessons in Inoculation to Disinformation," Parameters 52, no. 1 (2022): 105-118, doi:10.55540/0031-1723.3132.
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