In 1944, Third US Army created a cohesive and flexible system for managing information and denying it to the enemy that aligned operational concepts with technological capabilities. The organization’s success in the European Theater highlights its effective combined arms integration. An examination of the historical record shows the creative design of the Signal Intelligence and Army Information Services enabled Third Army to deliver information effects consistently and provides a useful model for considering the dynamics at play in fielding new and experimental multidomain effects formations.
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Spencer L. French, "Innovation, Flexibility, and Adaptation: Keys to Patton’s Information Dominance," Parameters 53, no. 2 (2023), doi:10.55540/0031-1723.3226.