Hudson Institute Events Podcast

Sharpening the Air Force’s Cyber and Spectrum Edge

Episode Notes

Superiority in cyberspace and on the electromagnetic spectrum is central to modern combat. Control over these domains enables a military to isolate and blind its enemies and gain a potentially decisive advantage. The United States military has long been the most capable force in these operations. But u China is an improving and capable adversary, and Russia, Iran, and North Korea employ state-sponsored cyberattacks as a tool for gray-zone aggression. Retaining the US edge in information warfare demands sustained investment and creativity.

Join Hudson Senior Fellows Bryan Clark and Dan Patt for a discussion on the US Air Force’s plans to improve its cyberspace and spectrum superiority with Deputy Chief of Staff for Plans and Programs Lt. Gen. Richard