More and more, modern warfare will be about people sitting in bunkers in front of computer screens, whether remotely piloted aircraft or cyber weapons.
We have the right of revolution. Revolution does not always have to be weapons and warfare; it's also about revolutionary ideas.
Many in the American military have learned the fundamental dilemma of modern warfare: More money and better weapons don't mean that you win.
Business after all is a form of warfare; you bring all your available weapons to bear. If you don't you're a fool. ("Jane Brown's Body")
We should turn cyber warfare into one of our greatest weapons against the terrorists. And they have to know its coming because right now, they know nothing about us.
No nation could preserve its freedom in the midst of continual warfare.
Weapons are an important factor in war, but not the decisive one; it is man and not materials that counts.