For years, military strategists' idea of nirvana has been "network-centric warfare" - the notion that infantrymen, pilots, drones, and generals will all share just about everything they see and hear over a new Internet for combat.In Iraq, U.S. forces have come closer than they've ever been to reaching this goal. And it's not an entirely positive development.Check out my Tech Central Station story for the benefits, and perils, of war on "Internet time."
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