File - USMC Lt. Gen. Richard Mills speaks during christening ceremonies for the USS Somerset at the Huntington Ingalls Industries shipyard Shipyard in Avondale, La., in this Saturday, July 28, 2012 file photo. The U.S. military has been launching cyberattacks against its opponents in Afghanistan, a senior officer said last week, making an unusually explicit acknowledgment of the oft-hidden world of electronic warfare. Marine Lt. Gen. Richard P. Mills' comments came at a conference in Baltimore during which he explained how U.S. commanders considered cyberweapons an important part of their arsenal. (AP Photo / Gerald Herbert, file)

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File - USMC Lt. Gen. Richard Mills speaks during christening ceremonies for the USS Somerset at the Huntington Ingalls Industries shipyard Shipyard in Avondale, La., in this  Saturday, July 28, 2012 file photo. The U.S. military has been launching cyberattacks against its opponents in Afghanistan, a senior officer said last week, making an unusually explicit acknowledgment of the oft-hidden world of electronic warfare. Marine Lt. Gen. Richard P. Mills' comments came at a conference in Baltimore during which he explained how U.S. commanders considered cyberweapons an important part of their arsenal. (AP Photo / Gerald Herbert, file)
File - USMC Lt. Gen. Richard Mills speaks during christening ceremonies for the USS Somerset at the Huntington Ingalls Industries shipyard Shipyard in Avondale, La., in this Saturday, July 28, 2012 file photo. The U.S. military has been launching cyberattacks against its opponents in Afghanistan, a senior officer said last week, making an unusually explicit acknowledgment of the oft-hidden world of electronic warfare. Marine Lt. Gen. Richard P. Mills' comments came at a conference in Baltimore during which he explained how U.S. commanders considered cyberweapons an important part of their arsenal. (AP Photo / Gerald Herbert, file)
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