Stable Forward-Deployed Presence Desired In Asia-Pacific, Admiral Says
While the U.S. now has the right mix of forward-deployed forces in the Asia-Pacific region to do the job at acceptable levels of risk, the “current force structure and presence are not optimal to counter the threats we face,” says Adm. Harry Harris, the U.S. Pacific Fleet commander. “The size of the...
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