Through the cyber-fog of war, the national security advisor had one worry: Would he be able to save the US from defeat?
Blain serves at the pleasure of the president. Brought over from the last administration, there were few people more trusted. He knew the biggest threat was the deepfakes. China’s AI played war like a grand master.
In what seemed like an instant, the cyberattacks crippled networks, and then the world lost faith in everything on the internet. Global financial markets were in turmoil as supply chains ceased to function. The greatest propaganda campaign ever tore apart the fabric of society. Could China’s expansionist goals be contained?
The United States and NATO responded. The US and Royal Marines were called upon to do something they hadn’t done since the days of the Pacific War – wage an island-hopping campaign. Was a new alliance between old foes their only hope?
Includes a special note from the author.