Designing within Danger: How Military Design Contributes to Security Forces Differently

This is an excerpt from an upcoming military design book chapter for an international educational textbook addressing various forms and functions of design practice. Once that project is published (digitally and in print), an announcement will be made through Medium and other social media. Follow Ben Zweibelson, PhD to get the latest news

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Ben Zweibelson is the Director for the U.S. Space Command’s (USSPACECOM) Strategic Initiatives Group (SIG) and is a strategic design theorist and educator.

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Ben Zweibelson, PhD

Ben Zweibelson, PhD

Ben Zweibelson is the Director for the U.S. Space Command’s (USSPACECOM) Strategic Initiatives Group (SIG) and is a strategic design theorist and educator.

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