June 14, 2019

Challenges to Force Development in A New American Way of War

Experts Peter Levine, Laura Junor, Emma Moore, Chris Dougherty, and Brad Orgeron joined The Washington Post's Alex Horton at the CNAS 2019 National Security Conference for a conversation about what the U.S. military can do to maintain a quality force in a changing landscape of warfare and competition.

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