The Army sounded the alarm about the high risk of the country’s enemies attacking its military bases.
This was stated in the Army Installations Strategy report, that highlights the cyberattacks, violent disturbances, and infiltration through the sponsorship of criminal activities are significant threats of foreign origin, according to The Washington Times of Dec. 15.
“The Army anticipates that adversaries will use sophisticated intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) networks to target both military installations and soft targets associated with friendly forces …” the report warns.
By white targets, it refers to private sector organizations, civilian infrastructure, the military as an institution, communication networks, and service members’ families.
It also includes, “Increasing access to cyberspace, space capabilities, and to weapons of mass effects dramatically increases both the uncertainty and the risk from adversary operations in the homeland.”
Moving on to a defense and protection strategy, the Army proposes four specific actions: caring for its people, strengthening preparedness and resistance, modernizing and innovating Army facilities, and promoting administration.
“The backbone should enable key military applications such as augmented and virtual reality training, autonomous vehicles, Command and Control (C2), and remote diagnostics,” the report explains.
As for cyberattacks, these have increased recently. Strategic Communications at the National Security Council Senior Director John Ullyot, commented on the serious assault on data at the U.S. Department of the Treasury, and other state entities, which brought together White House agencies on an emergency basis.
“The U.S. government is aware of these reports and we are taking all necessary steps to identify and remedy any possible problems related to this situation,” Ullyot said Dec. 13.
All these circumstances are even more noticeable in a national environment dominated by fraudulent machinations to deprive Americans of the right to freely choose their president.
Despite the fact that a month and a half has passed since Election Day, there are still seven states involved in claims by the Trump campaign because of fraud that also accuse foreign powers such as the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), Russia, and Iran.