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“Optionality”

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USS Forrestal, lead ship of her class of supercarriers
USS Forrestal By USN – Official U.S. Navy photo NH 97657-KN from the U.S. Navy Naval History and Heritage Command, Public Domain

The second part of my piece on the CNAS “Future Foundry” project is now available:

Comparative context would be helpful. “Capability monocultures and an ever-dwindling variety of weapons systems, procured at higher prices and in lower quantities than ever before” isn’t “failure to adapt to global trends”; it is a global trend, not apparently dependent on the specifics of the U.S. defense industry or on U.S. defense procurement strategy. The United States, China, Russia, and the European Union are all spending more to field fewer front line systems, supporting fewer front-line soldiers and sailors.

 

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