The House version of the 2019 NDAA marks a good step forward in the drive to rebuild the U.S. military.
The United States must have the ability to fight and win in two major theaters of war. Unfortunately, the new defense strategy sets too low a strategic goal.
There are far less costly ways to achieve what reformers are after.
Responding quickly to modern war requires agile and rapid decisionmaking.
The Pentagon has made big plans for which it lacks the money.
The Pentagon’s budget woes aren’t that simple.
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