The bottom-line strategy, from the U.S. military perspective, is that “we’re not withdrawing from the Korean Peninsula,” says Lt. Gen. Jeffrey Remington, commander of the 7th Air Force at Osan AB. But the question then arises: How realistic is this assessment, given that the U.S. is cutting Army force structure along with a few Air Force A-10s and tactical air control parties, moving those remaining farther from the demilitarized zone and returning operational control of forces in the ...

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