War and Technology

TitleWar and Technology
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2013
AuthorsBlack, Jeremy
Number of Pages344
PublisherIndiana University Press
City, CountryBloomington
Abstract

War and Technology argues that technology neither acts as an independent variable nor operates without major limitations, including in its  capacity to obtain results. The book examines important technological advances in weaponry and power projection from sailing warships to aircraft carriers, muskets to tanks, balloons to unmanned drones—in each case, taking into account what difference these advances made. He addresses not only firepower but also power projection and technologies of logistics, command, and control. Examining military technologies in their historical context, and in the present—centered on the Revolution in Military Affairs and Military Transformation—Black then forecasts possible future trends.

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