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“Maintaining a stable balance in Asia will be a complex task. The possibility exists that a military competitor with a formidable resource base will emerge in the region."
“To put it starkly, what we are seeing today may be the beginning of the end of the “Asian Century.”
On 22 June ARCIC will host Dr. Michael Auslin, the author of this week's essay, as part of its Distinguished Speaker Series. Dr. Auslin will discuss US Strategy at the End of the Asian Century and provide his thoughts on ways the US can address the increasing risk from a region that, in his view, is [View Full...]
“… Seven thousand miles away the Arabs attacked Israel in October 1973. Within a few weeks, General Abrams dispatched me and BG Bob Baer to Israel. There, Bob and I walked battlefields with the IDF Commanders who had fought on them, seeking answers to many questions about the future U.S. Army. … Answers to those questions framed the beginning of what grew into, some nine years later, the doctrine called AirLand Battle, a concept of war at the tactical and operational levels that the U.S. and coalition commanders employed in Operation Desert Storm.”
The U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command’s capstone international engagement is the Future Battlefield Ann [View Full...]
"It will be our ability to achieve decision speed and the operational agility to lift and shift forces and capabilities across all domains and functional components simultaneously that will produce not only a warfighting capability our enemy can’t hope to match, but also a lasting deterrent in the 21st century."
Acting Director Major General Robert “Bo” Dyess’ Comments:
The U.S. military can no longer assume continuous superiority in any domain as potential adversaries can now disrupt the effectiveness or deny the use of U.S. combat capabilities. Increasingly complex air, land, sea, space, and [View Full...]