While the U.S. Defense Department (DOD) has taken much-needed steps to reduce costs, the Pentagon should do much more, says the Center for a New American Security (CNAS) think tank. “In early 2012, DOD released new strategic guidance and a corresponding budget reflecting $487 billion in cuts over 10 years,” CNAS notes in its report, “Sustainable Pre-eminence Reforming the U.S. Military at a Time of Strategic Change,” released this week. “However,” the report says, “the Pentagon still ...
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