Army Leaders Worldwide Adapt Operations To New Demands

Credit: U.S. Army Africa
The rise of asymmetrical warfare, advances in weapons and systems, and the mundane but no less relevant impact of budget cuts are changing how many armies structure their forces and conduct operations. Put simply, nations are trying to do more with less without sacrificing readiness, force...

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