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The US Army's Deadly New Gun
April 08, 2015

The US Army's Deadly New Gun

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The M109A7 will be the U.S. Army’s first new artillery piece in twenty years.
US Army to Continue Military Dialogue with the PLA
March 06, 2015

US Army to Continue Military Dialogue with the PLA

By Franz-Stefan Gady
US Army Pacific will push for closer ties with the Chinese military.

Where Are America’s Warriors Coming From?
March 03, 2015

Where Are America’s Warriors Coming From?

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The United States military is mostly a middle-class force.

The Comeback of Armor in the US Military
February 04, 2015

The Comeback of Armor in the US Military

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Armored forces still have a role to play in future conflicts.

The Pentagon Once Again Seeks the World's Largest Defense Budget
January 29, 2015

The Pentagon Once Again Seeks the World's Largest Defense Budget

By Franz-Stefan Gady
The Department of Defense wants more money to fight terrorism and reassure its European allies.
'American Sniper' and What it Says About Civil-Military Relations in the US
January 23, 2015

'American Sniper' and What it Says About Civil-Military Relations in the US

By Franz-Stefan Gady
Is there a problem with the way the media portrays American soldiers?

US Army To Be Reduced To Pre-World War II Levels
February 25, 2014

US Army To Be Reduced To Pre-World War II Levels

By Ankit Panda
Chuck Hagel's new proposed budget would cut the U.S. Army to pre-World War II levels.
Time to End Military Equality in the US
July 17, 2013

Time to End Military Equality in the US

The Army, Navy, and USAF have enjoyed roughly equal shares of the budget since 1948. Change is needed.

The U.S. Army’s Anti-Access Strategy
May 22, 2013

The U.S. Army’s Anti-Access Strategy

The Army does have a role in the pivot. Will bureaucratic inertia get in the way?

A Black Hawk View on Bin Laden
May 13, 2011

A Black Hawk View on Bin Laden

Cynthia Iris speaks with US Army Black Hawk pilot Col. Paul Bricker about his take on the special forces mission against Osama bin Laden and why it was successful.

Why South Asia Loves Peacekeeping
December 20, 2010

Why South Asia Loves Peacekeeping

Bangladesh, India and Pakistan are all big contributors to UN missions. But there’s more to it than just international goodwill.

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