- The Pentagon must resolve near-term readiness issues, expand its force structure, and invest in technological breakthroughs to sustain simultaneous operations across three theaters.
- The Army must be large enough to support stability operations in the Middle East and lethal enough to win decisively in any conventional conflicts in Europe and Asia.
- Over the next five years, AEI’s plan would spend $672 billion above the Budget Control Act caps.
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Reflections On A Decade of Leading A Think Tank
War On The Rocks ● By RICK BERGER
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Washington Times ● By Ellen Sauerbrey
Back to the Sixties
American Enterprise Institute ● By Mark Jamison
Testimony: The Impact of Broadband Investments In Rural America
Pacific Research Institute ● By TIM ANAYA