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Army Adopts Strategy to Bolster Signals Intelligence; Lt. Gen. Scott Berrier Comments

Scott Berrier

The U.S. Army has initiated a new strategy aiming to address electronic warfare and cyber threats, C4ISRNet reported Thursday.

The strategy consists of four initiatives to organize, educate, equip and develop a doctrine for the Army signals intelligence force.

At a Capitol Hill event Wednesday, Lt. Gen. Scott Berrier said that the effort works to provide signals intelligence support to address information needs in large-scale combat operations.

The strategy also supports the Army’s capacity to gather intelligence for use against adversarial nations including China and Russia, he added.

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