The proposed new Pentagon strategy is called Third Offset because it is considered as important as two previous strategic changes that took advantage of U.S. technological leadership to overcome operational challenges: President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s “new look” in the 1950s, which relied on nuclear weapons to offset Soviet force numbers, and the “offset strategy” pursued by Defense Secretary Harold Brown in the late 1970s, which combined precision weapons with ...

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