Military planners confront technological unknowns and the changing face of conflict
South Korea is a high-tempo laboratory where a futuristic, multinational military machine is being pieced together. But the process is being hobbled by events beyond its borders that include U.S. personnel turnover of about 85% a year, Washington’s budget battles, the vagaries of digital technology and combat a half world away. In a small country where threats may be only tens of seconds away, the goal is to field a joint, networked, manned and unmanned organization that’s capable of ...
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