Two key leaders of the Senate Armed Services Committee (SASC) pressed the top combatant commander in charge of NATO and U.S. military forces in Europe March 24 on whether a compromise with Russia over a missile defense deterrent against Iran could work. SASC Chairman Carl Levin (D-Mich.) and strategic forces subcommittee chair Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) queried Army Gen. Bantz Craddock — head of U.S. European Command and, by tradition, NATO’s supreme allied commander — over whether a ...


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