Unhealthy and unnecessary friction in the Total Force is a consequence of the larger budget pressures facing the Army. We need to make certain the suboptimal decisions
foisted on the Armyâ€™s leaders donâ€™t damage the overall cohesiveness of what is shaping up to be a much smaller active, Guard and Reserve force.
This new Torchbearer paper describes todayâ€™s security environment as complex and defined by unpredictability and the increasing momentum of human interaction.
As technology proliferates, enemies will have greater access to weapons of mass destruction and sophisticated technical capabilities. The key to success is two-fold: leader development and maintenance of technological overmatch capabilities against likely antagonists.
Regrettably, the Army is at risk of losing its present technological advantage unless its Science and Technology Enterprise receives focused strategic investments in technologies and the technical work force.
This week we want to know if you think Congress and the President will be able to work together to limit the threat of global terrorism, and if the recent controversy about the movie “American Sniper” was warranted.
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