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DTIC Report Projects Future Joint Force Operational Approaches as Conflict Changes

cyberwarfareThe Defense Technical Information Center has released a new report that describes how changes to the conflict and warfare landscape would alter the operational approaches the future Joint Force must adopt.

The Joint Operating Environment 2035, released July 14, says challenges will define the future security environment such as contested norms, where adversaries challenge the rules that define the international order; and persistent disorder, where adversaries take advantage of a nation’s inability to function as a legitimate government.

DTIC’s report also predicts that six contexts of conflict will spell the future of warfare in 2035 such as violent ideological competition intended to overthrow established governments, a threatened U.S. territory and sovereignty, the antagonistic geopolitical balancing to challenge the U.S. over the long term, disrupted global commons, contested cyberspace and reordered regions.

JOE 2035 contains three sections that each describe events that DTIC says would change the security environment, explain how these changes affect the character of future war and explore how the Joint Force’s missions evolve over time.

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