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    • 1. Military
      3.6 Politics and Government
    • 2. 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
    • 3. Cyberwarfare
      • Web vandalism
      • 4. Changing websites, deleting information, etc.
      • 5. Propaganda
      • 6. Political messages being spread through the Internet.
      • 7. Gathering data
      • 8. Espionage from the other side of the world, secure data being abused.
      • 9. Equipment disruption
      • 10. Re-programming military systems. This kind of cyber-warfare is very dangerous.
      • 11. Attacking critical infrastructure
      • 12. Power, water, fuel, communications, commercial and transportation are all vulnerable to a cyber attack.
    • Smart weapons development
    • 13. Laser guided bombs
      • Rely on targed being illuminated by laser target designator on the ground or aircraft.
      • 14. Disadvantage of not being usable in poor weather where illumination cannot be seen.
      • 15. The laser designator sends its beam in a series of encrypted pulses so the bomb is not confused by an ordinary laser.
    • 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.
    • 16. Satellite-guided weapons
      • Use the GPS tracking system for guidance.
      • 17. Can be used in any weather conditions, without support from ground units.
      • 18. Precision of weapons rely on the precision of the GPS tracking system setting the coordinates of the target.
      • 19. If the targeting information is accurate, satellite guided weapons are more efficient than any other precision guided weapon.
    • Unmanned aerial vehicle
    • 20. “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
    • 21.
    • 22. "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.
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kSpOYZR0klA
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kqBPDI6-FNQ
    • 23. Combat Training – Virtual Warfare
    • 24. Military
      3.6 Politics and Government