Army budgets and programs under severe environmental (budgetary)pressure
The Army is finally reading the signals from DoD that the budgetary truth has changed. Not only are major programs under review, but our force structure itself is the oibject of scrutiny. We could very easily see a return of a Division based Army once more, organized around major troop installations, acting as a resource manager for deploying force packages.
If things change, just wait a decade…?
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