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Reinterpreting Douhet: Appreciating the Offensive Character of Cyberwarfare – Douglas Holmshaw

Giulio Douhet’s theory of air power continues to be a topic of debate and controversy nearly a century after he wrote Command of the Air. Though some aspects of that book have been soundly discredited, parts of his theory continue to resonate with modern military theorists, particularly in new ‘domains’ such as cyber. In this [...]

By |April 12th, 2020|Australian Defence Force, Cyber Warfare, Future Warfare|1 Comment

Other Peoples’ Air Power: Air Power With Chinese Characteristics — Peter Layton

  Peter Layton's series on other peoples' air power has included an examination of Islamic State's use of unmanned aircraft and the employment of air power in the Ukraine campaign. In this third post, Dr Layton considers the varied influences on China's approach to air power and it's focus on multi-domain 'firepower warfare'.  In late [...]

By |November 19th, 2017|Future Warfare, Strategy, Technology|Comments Off on Other Peoples’ Air Power: Air Power With Chinese Characteristics — Peter Layton