Pacific Pivot Should Not Sideline Ground Forces, Advocates Say

Planners and doctrine experts linked to the U.S. Army and Marine Corps are staking out defensive positions in case the U.S. government’s “Pacific pivot” strategy and the closely associated Air Force-and-Navy-led concept of Air Sea Battle (ASB) threatens the future importance of heavy ground forces...

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