Armageddon? Nay, it is too expensive to deploy an army of 1 million rifleman

Sitting ducks in the oceans?

There is no way the commander can know if a weapon targeted at it is real or a dummy, and he will response by firing at all targets, until he has no weapons, is he a “sitting duck?”
All Navy ships and aircraft carriers belong to WW2, nowadays, you can air drop an entire brigade anywhere in the world within a few hours, by the time your ships arrived, the game is over. And do not expect any ships to fly a flag when you encounter them, that is why I say you are “sitting ducks”.
It is too expensive to use 1 million rifleman to fight a war when technology has changed everything, Armageddon only exists with limited nuclear weapons, it is when man goes crazy and use it as artillery as nothing can withstand it’s destructive powers.
Amphibious vehicles that can travel air, land and sea will be common, even tanks will slowly become obsolete, Big brother is sleeping and can never be prepared for the security landscape of the 22nd century.
The battle of the 22nd century is electronic warfare, where technology will be the forefront of everything, unless you have an extremely large population as rifleman, you still only will use it as a last resort, and most likely to defend your own land, because it does not make economic sense. Who is the bogeyman? – Contributed by Oogle.

Author: Gilbert Tan TS

IT expert with more than 20 years experience in Multiple OS, Security, Data & Internet , Interests include AI and Big Data, Internet and multimedia. An experienced Real Estate agent, Insurance agent, and a Futures trader. I am capable of finding any answers in the world you want as long as there are reports available online for me to do my own research to bring you closest to all the unsolved mysteries in this world, because I can find all the paths to the Truth, and what the Future holds. All I need is to observe, test and probe to research on anything I want, what you need to do will take months to achieve, all I need is a few hours.​

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