For hyper-enabled operators, cognitive dominance is built on mobility


In military conflicts, cognitive dominance — the ability to consistently process and rapidly make critical decisions faster than an adversary — ensures warfighters can more effectively dictate the terms of engagement, and ultimately succeed. While the U.S. Military has long maintained a technological advantage on the battlefield, that advantage is shifting, as commercial and emerging technologies become more accessible and affordable worldwide. As a result, near-peer states and non-nation-states are rapidly challenging U.S. advantage in every domain. 

Put simply, the U.S. must quickly adapt to retain its competitive, and cognitive, edge. 

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