The U.S. Army is planning for a post-Afghan future
The U.S. Army is not sugarcoating it: The armed service is about to go through deep, emotionally wrenching changes. Even as the smell of cordite still hangs in the Afghan air, the service's chiefs are busy planning the Army's postwar posture and equipment needs. This effort was on full display at the Association of the U.S. Army (AUSA) convention in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., in February. Normally a smaller, sleepier affair than the larger, more aggressive AUSA show in Washington each ...
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