As the U.S. continues to rebalance its military forces and resources back toward the Asia-Pacific region, service leaders are starting to get a handle on what they will need to regain a better naval footing in the area. It is a different Asia-Pacific than the U.S. knew when it started to focus more of its military might in the Middle East more than a decade ago. “Our historical dominance that most of us in our careers have enjoyed is diminishing,” Adm. Samuel Locklear, commander of ...


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