What does outright “cyber war” look like to you and do you believe that there is a risk of it occurring in the near future? What would differentiate cyber war from other forms of conflict and statecraft?
No matter where the wars are and who the soldiers are the soldiers have to be fed. They try to keep a higher calorie diet compared to normal civilians. The food they eat has to sustain them so they can be strong and willing to fight on the field of battle. Most diets of a soldier consists of 3,000 calories a day; now in today’s time for a person that’s not in war, that may sound absolutely ridiculous, but they needed to be strong and have enough “fuel” to keep fighting and stay alive. Most ration packs for the soldiers of WWII were cooked in field kitchens such as the A, B, and C Ration Pack of WWII. A famous propaganda poster from WWII states “Do with less so they’ll have enough” now that was telling the US citizens to stop buying a lot of coffee so that they could save some for the soldiers to get the energy from the caffeine. A ration pack usually consists of some sort of meat, starch, and a protein, during WWI they ate something called “bully meat” which in today’s time we would call corned beef. With advancements in the food industry, the Navy Seals of today can drink a blend of ingredients that can provide around 2,000 calories in a bottle just like a smoothie. Most food for the military personnel doesn’t taste good, you must substitute the taste for its nutritional value; we have to make sure what our soldiers eat keeps them healthy and strong. During WWII a poster came our stating “Food is a weapon, don’t waste it! But wisely, cook carefully, eat it all and follow the national wartime nutrition program” which was stating ration your food the soldiers over seas can win the war for you so you can have your families back since most people over 18 and healthy were drafted into the military because we were short soldiers due to the bloody battles. I want to prove that the food they serve the soldiers is not enough to sustain them for several days, at least bring some flavor to their mouths because they are fighting for us; we shouldn’t make them feel like they are in a prison cafeteria where people are punished>GET ANSWER