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Never confuse force multipliers like drones and remote-sensing technology for the force itself, especially in times of financial distress. Good HUMINT is and will always be the essence of a strong military. Says a recent Canadian Forces briefing, “Recent operational experience has reinforced the conviction that deployed land forces … depend on a sophisticated (human intelligence) network that draws from all sources.”

Canada’s General Devlin explains how HUMINT and other “soft” combat skills have joined and even superceded traditional “hard” combat units in modern warfare:


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