PHOENIX — The U.S. military is grappling with decreased budgets and a much different operational reality than during the Cold War, which calls for a new paradigm for maintenance, according to Lt. Gen. Mitchell Stevenson, U.S. Army deputy chief of staff for logistics. Stevenson predicts the United States is not going to return to a pre-2001 military strategy, or posture. “We’re probably going to have a portion of our forces deployed somewhere — always,” he said Oct. 28 at the DOD ...


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