Weapon-on-weapon warfare

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"Homeland security concepts project all aspects of civilian life as domains of permanent existential threat requiring militarised responses based on extending the powers of networked surveillance and targeting. 48In the process, everything beyond the worlds of full weapon-on-weapon warfare becomes a ‘low-intensity operation’ or ‘military operations other than war’ (or ‘MOOTW’ to its friends) within an all-encompassing and never-ending ‘battlespace’."

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The source: Stephen Graham's Vertical
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