Dylan Farley

Dylan Farley is a senior at the College of William and Mary finishing up his BA in a self-designed interdisciplinary program, Geostrategic Security Studies. His focus is in two areas; post-Soviet frozen conflicts and anthropological development of terrorist organizations and insurgencies. Originally from Cranston, Rhode Island, Dylan is an ROTC cadet who will be commissed in the US Army Reserves in May as a Signal Corps Officer with the 443rd Civil Affairs Battalion in Newport, Rhode Island.

This paper was developed through the TRADOC G-2 Mad Scientist E-Intern Pilot in 2016.

Urban areas present diverse challenges and one issue is communications. Communications that could be easy in other environments become remarkably more challenging in urban terrain.