Bin Laden’s fall gave the US a sense of justice but has increased the risk of Americans globally, including the deployed troops and partners and allies. Years after, technology has become more advanced, and Civilian and military leadership have shifted from the industrial age warfare to the information age. But with all the changes, has the US intelligence sharing improved ten years after Bin Laden? Yes, it has, but not enough to contend with a nation-state adversary in a global competition. This means that intelligence sharing still needs to improve in order for the US to become more powerful globally.
The Crossroads of Special Operations