Chapter 15

“What Have You Done for the War Fighter Today?”: Knowledge Management in the Military

The twenty-first century military will be predominantly characterized by a rapid pace and use of technology. This technological change will require a military that is able to gather and process knowledge and make rapid decisions once that knowledge is vetted. In addition, the policies, practices, operating procedures, and other doctrines will need to be modified to address these advancements and use in technology. The use of unmanned drones is an example of this. The use of unmanned aircraft in the form of drones is being utilized to gather intelligence for military operations in the form of surveillance, air strikes, as well as crowd monitoring and ...

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