June 02, 2017

The Future of War is Fast Approaching in the Pacific: Are the U.S. Military Services Ready?

By Michael Horowitz

Is the era of unparalleled U.S. conventional military superiority coming to an end? Many senior U.S. military leaders are worried. The ongoing general proliferation of precision strike capabilities, cross-domain threats from cyber, space, and beyond, rising operational competence in potential adversaries, and the anticipation of rapidly diffusing new commercial technology with military relevance is placing American conventional overmatch at risk. Moreover, this is not just a story about air and naval superiority. 

Read the full piece at War On the Rocks.

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