Electronic warfare and cyber, shipbuilding led by submarines, unmanned vehicles and long-range strike capabilities — all with a focus on the Asia-Pacific — are some of the military technologies the Pentagon will prioritize, according to a prepared speech Feb. 11 by its temporary No. 2 official. By contrast, the size of the U.S. military will have to continue to shrink to help meet federal spending constraints and to free up money for the above “investments,” as in procurement, ...
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