Air Force general busts myth that enemies always try to stop rivals’ communications

Air Force general busts myth that enemies always try to stop rivals’ communications
WASHINGTON — A top Air Force general wants to dispel the common assumption that adversaries will always try to cut or jam U.S. troops’ friendly communications.

Instead, they might want to leave those communications intact to use them to spread false and misleading information, for example, said Lt. Gen. Mary O’Brien, Air Force deputy chief of staff for intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance and cyber effects operations, during the Air Force Association Air Warfare Symposium on Feb. 25.

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