POST 9/11 UNITED STATES: THE GLOBAL WAR ON TERRORISM AND BEYOND
Scala, Morgan James
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September 11th, 2001 was a turning point in the trajectory of the United States military strategy and tactics. The United States had to quickly adjust to a new enemy consisting of insurgents and terrorists that perpetrated various types of tactics and attacks. As a result, the United States quickly found itself conducting counterinsurgent operations in both countries and counterterror missions throughout the world. The United States has employed its counterinsurgent and counterterror strategies for over ten years but current conflicts have shifted to Hybrid warfare. With that being said, the United States will need counterinsurgency and counterterrorism strategies, as well as many others to combat Hybrid warfare. The United States is currently facing Hybrid warfare and must be able to identify it and respond accordingly, potentially with counterinsurgency and counterterrorism, as well as various other strategies.