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Monday, December 5, 2022

Opinion

The buck stops here: Hold high-ranking officers responsible for training accidents | Military.com

After a horrific accident that killed service members in a training tragedy last summer, it seems like generals and other high-ranking officials are now getting penalized for such accidents. Unlike before, where generals and admirals were often not held...

Strategizing to exit Afghanistan: From risk avoidance to risk management | War on the Rocks

Left to make a very important decision, the U.S. is torn between leaving Afghanistan or staying in the country. This is due to the deal that it has made with the Taliban, wherein the U.S. is set to withdraw...

Empower warfighters through a digital battlespace | National Defense

In a technology-driven world, the creation, transmission, analysis, and distribution of data across the battlespace have become faster than ever. This has also given warfighters a new way of getting empowered as humans and machines have teamed together to...

Gray is here to stay: Principles from the Interim National Security Strategic Guidance on competing in the gray zone | Modern Warfare Institute

Earlier this month, the new Interim National Security Strategic Guidance has been released. A close reading of it shows that the gray-zone has kept its place in the main competitive space despite the growing great power competition. In fact,...

Beyond colossus or collapse: five myths driving American debates about China | War on the Rocks

As the tension between China and the USA gets more extreme, five myths have become common in the United States. These myths deserve closer scrutiny to ensure that all discussions will be based on sound analytical judgments. Such myths...

Want an agile Pentagon? Don’t go chasing ‘waterfalls’ | Defense One

Every four years, the Pentagon comes out with new strategies in place of already-outdated guidance and concepts. But with all the demands it has to serve, this is no longer enough and what is needed is a better way...

In or out of Afghanistan is not a political choice | Foreign Affairs

Last year, a deal between the US and the Taliban was made, wherein the US would withdraw 2,500 American troops by May 1, 2021, in exchange for the Taliban not doing any harm in the country. As the deadline...

The new ICBM Is a legacy system, and should be cancelled | Defense One

According to reports, the Biden administration’s Pentagon budget proposal might be over $700 billion. But according to the administration, the budget could drastically change if they were to cut spending on "legacy systems." Formally known as the Ground-Based Strategic...

There’s no shortcut to peace in Afghanistan | Foreign Policy

In Afghanistan, a quick fix for both war and negotiated peace is impossible. Still, with a deadline to beat, Washington is now searching for a shortcut to an Afghan political settlement. Unluckily, they haven't found one yet despite their...

Troop levels, airstrikes, COVID vaccinations — How the Pentagon continually fails at transparency | Task & Purpose

Once again, the Pentagon has been called out for providing incomplete figures, which many questions whether the troop is staying true to its promise to be transparent at all times. Specifically, reports say that there were around 3500 troops...

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Special Operations Forces soldier describes battle for village in south of Ukraine | Ukrainska Pravda

Special Operations Forces (SOF) have revealed how they freed a village in the south of Ukraine.  In an interview with...

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