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Tactics, Techniques and Procedures
for Information Operations (IO)



bullet.gif 0.18 KForeword

bullet.gif 0.18 KChapter One: Introduction

bullet.gif 0.18 KChapter Two: The Division IO Staff

bullet.gif 0.18 KChapter Three: Command and Control Warfare

bullet.gif 0.18 KChapter Four: Information Operations in a Multinational Force

bullet.gif 0.18 KChapter Five: Civil Affairs and Public Affairs Support to IO

bullet.gif 0.18 KChapter Six: Information Systems (INFOSYS)

bullet.gif 0.18 KAppendix A: Abbreviations

bullet.gif 0.18 KAcknowledgements

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