For Europe, the pivot to the Pacific in U.S. priorities is not a particularly momentous event, contends Lt. Gen. Mark Hertling, commander of U.S. Army Europe and the 7th Army. What is a big deal will be the reshaping of U.S. forces in Europe to have few tanks and lots of offensive and defensive cyber capabilities. A deployable counter-cyber force already has been created within the 5th Signal command and the 66th Military Intelligence Brigade headquartered in Wiesbaden, Germany. The new ...
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