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Attack the network operations

Attack the network operations refer to lethal and nonlethal actions and operations against networks which are conducted continuously and simultaneously at multiple levels (tactical, operational, and strategic) that capitalize on or create key vulnerabilities and disrupt activities to eliminate the enemy’s ability to function in order to enable success of the operation or campaign.  Also called AtN operations.

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