Interesting that it has the fairly restrictive Distribution C statement, but it is on a website anyone can go to. Not even an HTTPS. Other documents with the same statement are not only protected by having to have a CAC/PKI to access the site they're on, they also will only send a download link on request from your .mil email.
Seems to me they want this "out there".
What is Restricted Distribution C? This definition (the best I could find) is from the Naval Post Graduate School.
Don't get me wrong, there's nothing top secret here. But...it was deemed to have a limited 'spread' but for some reason, its been given wide distribution....DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT CDistribution authorized to
Government Agencies and their contractors (fill in reason) (date of determination). Other requests for this document shall be referred to (insert controlling DoD office). U.S.Distribution statement C may be used on unclassified and classified technical documents.Reasons for assigning distribution statement C include:Foreign Government Information Same as distribution statement B.Critical Technology Same as distribution statement B.Software Documentation Same as distribution statement B.Administrative or Operational Use Same as distribution statement B.Specific Authority Same as distribution statement B.
I can see it now.
Conway in a room with 20 of his colleagues, smoking cigars and drinking whiskey plotting the next move on Capital Hill.
The wider release of this document is definitely part of the public relations war. This will get good!