Cyber Security

Should Cyber Warfare Have Its Own Branch?

“If cyber warfare remains just a niche within military services, the U.S. will never be able to develop the talented warriors it needs. In 1947, the U.S. defense establishment finally recognized that airpower was an environment distinct and separate from sea or air. It required specialized knowledge and training, as well as a service culture that did not subordinate airpower to other functions within that service. The U.S. Air Force was created as a separate, independent service.”

Source: Should Cyber Warfare Have Its Own Branch?

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