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Military. 3.6 Politics and Government. Cyberwarfare. “Actions by a nation-state to penetrate another nation's computers or networks for the purposes of causing damage or disruption .“ Richard A Clarke. Cyberwarfare. Web vandalism Changing websites, deleting information, etc. Propaganda

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military

Military

3.6 Politics and Government

cyberwarfare
Cyberwarfare

“Actions by a nation-state to penetrate another nation's computers or networks for the purposes of causing damage or disruption.“

Richard A Clarke

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Cyberwarfare
  • Web vandalism
    • Changing websites, deleting information, etc.
  • Propaganda
    • Political messages being spread through the Internet.
  • Gathering data
    • Espionage from the other side of the world, secure data being abused.
  • Equipment disruption
    • Re-programming military systems. This kind of cyber-warfare is very dangerous.
  • Attacking critical infrastructure
    • Power, water, fuel, communications, commercial and transportation are all vulnerable to a cyber attack.
laser guided bombs
Laser guided bombs

Laser guided bombs rely on the target being illuminated, or "painted," by a laser target designator on the ground or on an aircraft.

They have the significant disadvantage of not being usable in poor weather where the target illumination cannot be seen, or where it is not possible to get a target designator near the target.

The laser designator sends its beam in a series of encrypted pulses so the bomb cannot be confused by an ordinary laser, and also so multiple designators can operate in reasonable proximity.

millimeter wave radar
Millimeter-wave radar

The Lockheed-Martin Hellfire II light-weight anti-tank weapon uses the radar on the Boeing AH-64D Apache Longbow to provide fire-and-forget guidance for that weapon.

satellite guided weapons
Satellite-guided weapons

These make use of the United States' GPS system for guidance.

This weapon can be employed in all weather conditions, without any need for ground support.

The precision of these weapons is dependent both on the precision of the measurement system used for location determination and the precision in setting the coordinates of the target. The latter critically depends on intelligence information, not all of which is accurate

However, if the targeting information is accurate, satellite-guided weapons are significantly more likely to achieve a successful strike in any given weather conditions than any other type of precision-guided munition.

short list of hardware
“Short” list of hardware

Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) Antenna

Inertial Navigation System/GPS

Ku-Band Satellite Communications Antenna

Video Cassette Recorder

GPS Antennas (Left and Right)

APX-100 Identification Friend or Foe Transponder

Ku-Band Satellite Communications Sensor Processor Modem Assembly

Secondary Control Module

Synthetic Aperture Radar Processor/AGM-114 Electronics Assembly

Primary Control Module

Front Bay Avionics Tray

ARC-210 Receiver/Transmitter

Flight Sensor Unit

Video Encoder

De-ice Controller

Electro-Optical/Infrared Sensor/AN/AAS-52(V)1 Electronics Assembly

Front Bay Payload Tray

Ice Detector

Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) Receiver/Transmitter

Nose Camera Assembly

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"The Predator is a system, not just an aircraft."

US Defense Department

A fully operational system consists of four Predators (with sensors), a ground control station (GCS) that houses the pilots and sensor operators, and a Predator primary satellite-link communication suite.

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Military

3.6 Politics and Government