I'd like to know how you have mentally concluded that "Capturing and Torturing Americans in "living color" on prime time" as a means to exploit CNN Syndrome is only part of Fair and Innocent Military Conducted Research and Analysis?
Here's a copyable copy (113 pages):
- It's not a new document, it's an old powerpoint presentation from 2001.
- There's nothing in it that's not in many other books and papers on the future of war, or futurism in general
- Here's an example similar TED talk http://www.ted.com/talks/pw_singer_on_robots_of_war.html
- Much more comprehensive web site: http://www.millennium-project.org/millennium/2010SOF.html
View attachment future-strategic-issues-and-warfare.pdf
And a condensed version (48 pages)
View attachment FutureWarfare.pdf
Which gives background:
All it is is speculation about what the future of warfare MIGHT be like, so that that the military can think about what they might want to do. There's no plan in there. It's all just speculation.
Dennis M. Bushnell
NASA Langley Research Center
Future Strategic Issues/Future Warfare [Circa 2025]
Capabilities of the “Enemy After Next”
-Ongoing Worldwide Technological
Potential Nature of Farther Term Warfare
This is the “Readers Digest” version of a 2-hour Presentation put together at the request of the Army War College/SSI
Presentation has been written up by Bill Stryker of DIA/Futures as the Future Threat for Global War Games etc., available on INTELNET
Utilization/Application of 2025+ Projections
- Inputs to Future Warfighting Concepts Development(s) (Enemy After Next & Blue)
- Inputs to New Procurement Decision (15+ years to Produce, 40+ years in Inventory
- “Heads Up” for Intel Community (“Watches and Warnings”)
- Inputs to DOD R&D Planning
Here's a similar thing that Bushnell did for the navy.
And again, it's 12 years old!