U.S. Air Force report said that China could destroy the U.S. through cyber attacks
U.S. future network warfare model diagram data for: a global network diagram.
[U.S. Global Mail website on April 3 articles] Title: U.S. report: We may in the war with the Chinese network failure (author Patrick temperature)
U.S. Air Force announced A study warns that China is about to destroy the U.S. through cyber attacks.
cut off U.S. military communications network, the satellite failure, the Navy issued false orders.
What is China’s network of soldiers can not do in 2020? An academic journal published in the U.S. Air Force report suggests that China’s growing war of staff in the network will be able to do all of these, and even more.
author of the report is a former U.S. State Department information technology experts, reports that China has assumed the scene was the annexation of Taiwan, is trying to enter the predominantly Chinese Singapore. U.S. troops to support, when Chinese soldiers in critical network node communication system to destroy the U.S. military. Finally: Singapore remains independent, but by the shock of the United States failed to intervene. (Did not you think so bad, right?)
report author Christopher Plunkett said he did not imagine a Hollywood movie “Red Dawn” style of Chinese invasion, but warned that in the future and China may conflict, the network war must be taken into account.
these imaginary scenes of war from time to time there will be U.S. scholars in the brain. As before the Gannett News Service for military correspondent, I know these programs – a sudden blow up our Pacific bases, so that by the assassination of important people and electromagnetic pulse bomb (e-bombs) battered the United States – are in the Chinese military magazine on.
you scared yet? I did not. Imagine the scene of war, military scholars do, regardless of their U.S. or China.
really worrying is the “Sunday Times” said, 55 percent of Chinese believe that the Cold War with the United States. A Chinese general declared that he wanted to “punish the United States,” published last year, the story is not fictional 2020.