How will the 5 low-lethal strategic threats upset the global military balance?

The concept of strategic strike emerged during the Second World War, first through the German Blitz against British cities which took place between the end of the Battle of Britain itself, in September 1940, and May 1941 when the Luftwaffe was redirected to the East in anticipation of Plan Barbarossa. It was a question, for the German strategists and in particular for Herman Goehring commander of the Luftwaffe, of destroying the will of resistance of the British themselves, by striking not only military targets like bases and factories, but also the big cities of the countries, such as London, but also Coventry, Plymouth, Birmingham and Liverpool.…

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DARPA is commissioning technologies to reassemble the US electricity grid, victim of cyber attacks

The great vulnerability of the electric grid allowing to distribute the electric current in the whole of the United States, is a major subject of concern for the leaders and the American soldiers. The gigantic blackout of 2003, linked to cascading phenomena originating in procedural errors within the company FirstEnergy, and which deprived nearly 50 million Americans and Canadians of power, confirmed what the authorities Americans had known since 1965, and the great New York blackout. Apart from accidents, mishandling or terrorist acts, one of the main threats to this inherently unstable network is…

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US Military Drones Hijacked and Controlled by Iran

Seven to eight US drones are believed to have been hijacked by Iranian forces. Brigadier General Hajizadeh, commander of Iran's Army Aerospace Force, said he entered a US drone command and control center. The Revolutionary Guards would thus have directly collected the information collected by these drones above the Syrian-Iraqi zone. The Pentagon says it has nothing to add at this time. Images taken by these drones have been published by the Iranian army. In particular, we see an MQ-9 Reaper on the ground and then hit by an air strike. Probably to prevent its technology from being…

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