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Don’t be a target: How to identify adversarial propaganda

This is a graphic illustration of, "How a false narrative is created and spread." It starts with the Orderers of Disinformation, strategic competitors and adversaries, who want to generate and spread a false narrative to distort facts pertaining to past and future events. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Deirdre McNamara)

PHOTO BY: Deirdre McNamara
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