The U.S. Army, juggling conflict in the Middle East, a gradual drawdown in Afghanistan, a pivot to the Pacific, an Ebola outbreak in Africa and rising tension in Eastern Europe, continues its evolution beyond the days when the U.S. military was tasked to respond to one or two large-scale operations. The new Army Operating Concept, planned to be released at next month’s Association of the U.S. Army conference, is a plan designed to respond to multiple small-scale conflicts at the same ...

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