LONDON—The UK government has renamed its Joint Forces Command to Strategic Command, elevating the role of an 11-year-old organization charged with shaping and overseeing joint operations for a new era of “gray zone” conflict, Defense Minister Penny Mordaunt announced July 18. The renaming comes amidst an ongoing review of the former Joint Forces Command as part of the UK’s Modernizing Defense Program, Mordaunt told the Air and Space Power Conference here. Launched ...

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