In an era of instant news updates, striking the right balance between military secrets and public awareness has never been more challenging. 

On one hand, we have military operations that demand secrecy to ensure safety and effectiveness. On the other hand, we live in open societies where people are eager to know what’s happening, mainly concerning national security.

Imagine, for a moment, a world that broadcasted all military operations in real-time. Would our troops be safe? Would the missions succeed? Probably not. 

Military secrets exist for a reason: to protect, strategize, and win. But as citizens of democratic nations, we’re accustomed to transparency.