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Field Manual no.3-38: Cyber Electromagnetic Activities

US Army, 12/02/2014


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Resource IDusarmy2014
Resource titleField Manual no.3-38: Cyber Electromagnetic Activities
Author/sourceUS Army
Date published12/02/2014
Summary text/ abstractFM 3-38, Cyber Electromagnetic Activities, provides overarching doctrinal guidance and direction for conducting cyber electromagnetic activities (CEMA). This manual describes the importance of cyberspace and the electromagnetic spectrum (EMS) to Army forces and provides the tactics and procedures commanders and staffs use in planning, integrating, and synchronizing CEMA. This manual provides the information necessary for Army forces to conduct CEMA that enable them to shape their operational environment and conduct unified land operations. It provides enough guidance for commanders and their staffs to develop innovative approaches to seize, retain, and exploit advantages throughout an operational environment. CEMA enable the Army to achieve desired effects in support of the commander's objectives and intent.
Library categoriesCyberwar, Hacktivism
Added to Free Range Library04/09/2014
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