Back in the Vietnam era, the Pentagon and the press played cat-and-mouse games over war coverage. It was a battle of behemoths. No more. Welcome to the Internet age, where unfiltered combat footage garners 12m hits in four days. Where Twitter unleashes Holy hell. Where everyone’s a journalist and no one has complete control over the information flow. Now that every rifle can have a camera-mount for instant upload, and we can second-guess an individual soldier’s actions (“I came out into the open to draw fire so my squad could get to safety”), is truth still the first casualty of war? What does all this mean for the way wars are waged?