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    Cyber Domain Case Study

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    begin to be built off the existing framework. The United States military will always require Title 10 authority to conduct military operation in and through cyberspace. This is the nature of war and future conflicts will only require more cyber freedom of maneuver. There may be an argument however that defense of government networks, civil and military, should fall to a single agency. Government networks would be easier to defend if that all were held to the same security standards and operating paradigms. The response to cyber attacks against the government may be more effective under a consolidated agency as well. Organizational Change A positive step for national cybersecurity is the elevation of USCYBERCOM to a Combatant Command (COCOM) under the Unified Command Plan as submitted in the NDAA for 2016. While USCYBERCOM will retain its Title 10 function as a COCOM, its elevation provides greater opportunity for interagency coordination and action. Every COCOM today is fighting a Joint, Combined and Interagency fight while leveraging the defense industrial base. USCYBERCOM will be in a better position to directly interface with DHS, DOS, and the IC to develop comprehensive cybersecurity plans. This interaction will spur policy development at the national level, as well and entice organizational adaption within all other cyber stakeholder. However, a question will remain as to how USCYBERCOM defines its operating limits. Returning to the issues of cyber geography,…

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    Department of Homeland Security after the 9/11 attacks on our nation and is now one of the leading federal agencies. The department is responsible is to reach out beyond terrorism, in order to, prevent, respond to, prepare and recover from major disasters and emergencies alike. Homeland defense focus on the protection of a territory, sovereignty, domestic population, and critical infrastructure against aggression and external threats. There are many ways that the U.S. provide guidance for…

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    awareness it revealed that the federal government was on the hook for helping state and local governments before and after the event it showed where they fall short. President Bush restructured the federal government with U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) along with adding the National Response Plan (NRP) and the National Response Framework (NRF) (Rubin, 2012). With the spiralling effects, the military focused on the combatant commander (USNORTHCOM). U.S. Northern Command, U.S.…

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    In my position with the Army Materiel Command, I actually was responsible for several other programs that covered many of the Army’s core functions for communications and signal. One of the Army’s major functions is Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR). Absent the actual purchase of weapons system the second most important function that needs to be performed is controlling those systems via communications. The Army Materiel Command…

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    Mathis remained as Sontra’s noble physician after he took the role after his own mentor succumbed to a disease that wiped out a good portion of the town. His mentor would have been proud of her apprentice as he would go on to become a brilliant medic. Clever as he was with an ability to think fast on his feet. Countless people believe that Mathis knew everything to know about medicine and knew how to nurse ever injury and illness imaginable. Medics held the most power in the town after the…

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    In 2002, President George W. Bush officially declared that the detainees in Guantanamo Bay were ‘Unlawful Combatants’ and ineligible for the protection of the Geneva Convention on the Laws of War (cite). Here is the first problem. According to the Geneva Convention Relative to the Treatment of Prisoners of War, Article 5, a prisoner of war’s status must be determined by a tribunal in order to be declared an ‘Unlawful Combatant’ (Lucian E. Dervan 489). Two years later, in 2004, it was ruled in…

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    Buddhism Research Paper

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    People believed that the house faces south is warmer in winter time and cooler in summer time, there is adequate day-light from south side as well. The other discussion of direction is that, Buseoksa temple as a royal supported site, it was the first Buddhist temple built after the first year Silla unified the three kingdoms, the political meaning of Buseoksa temple was important. According to traditional fengshui in China, facing south means “victory” or “imperatorial”, such as the direction…

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    approached and the problems they are faced with daily. The global war on terrorism, if nothing else has brought up discussion of when and how people can use violence or restrict the liberties of their own citizens or persons they encounter (Nolte, 2004). Our issues with war on terror have brought up many conflicts that law enforcement got themselves into and there’s many opinions that others have on that. Was it right? What the punishment for it? And many more. In May of 2015 a report was…

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    Siella Kingdom

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    single Buddha mind” (50-51). Silla’s governing ideologies were influenced by Buddhism beliefs, contributing to the community in a positive way. During the unified Silla period, Confucianism came to rival Buddhism as an alternate system of thought. Those of high ranking believed that Confucianism offered a more beneficial system of public morals and social values than Buddhism, with its emphasis on personal salvation and life in the hereafter (52). This led to the pursuit of different governing…

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    Tim O Brien Reflection

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    The fascinating thing about a war story is how it does not revolve solely around combat. They are actually more like a hurricane, in that while in the midst of what seems to be a hellacious and destructive disaster, the anxiety and fear before landfall as well as the aftermath, leaving a planet in ruins, are critical in understanding the entirety of the experience. Though the war is a key component to the story, many of the battles occur before and after and create deeper wounds than could ever…

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