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No More Easy Victories for the U.S. Military?
July 02, 2015
No More Easy Victories for the U.S. Military?
America's enemies have gone to school and are developing counter-strategies to challenge its military supremacy.
No More Easy Victories for the U.S. Military?
The End of the American Way of War?
April 10, 2015
The End of the American Way of War?
The U.S. military's technological superiority is slipping, says Deputy Secretary of Defense Robert Work.
The End of the American Way of War?
A Tale of Two Offset Strategies
November 18, 2014
A Tale of Two Offset Strategies
The Pentagon's new Offset Strategy is modeled on two very different historical examples.
A Tale of Two Offset Strategies
US Navy’s LCS Is Unfit for the Asia-Pacific
April 19, 2014
US Navy’s LCS Is Unfit for the Asia-Pacific
A new Congressional report says the Littoral Combat Ship is not suited for operations in the 7th Fleet.
US Navy’s LCS Is Unfit for the Asia-Pacific
Quality, Quantity and Mr. Miyagi
February 10, 2012
Quality, Quantity and Mr. Miyagi
Quality vs. quantity is a classic military debate. In an age of austerity, an unlikely source had some good advice.
Quality, Quantity and Mr. Miyagi
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