It could be a good move. However, what peaks my interest is; 1. The use of of the term "information warfare" vs "information operations". A little less than 20 years ago, the DoD changed it to operations to make it sound less "confrontational." Never mind the fact this is the military. 2. I hope that by including an information warfare category, they will incorporate cyber and intel together, but cut the cord from traditional comm. For far too long, the AF has refused to cut this cord where they train officers, at an extremely high cost, to become cyber warfare operators, but then place them into traditional communications support roles (i.e. IT support). What this says is that there will be two distinct AFSCs and allow cyber operators to concentrate on their specialty.
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