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New Multi-Domain Battle Concept to Drive Change In Army’s Future

The U.S. Army’s dominance is in danger when it comes to future warfare, according to senior leaders. While the biggest threat faced by Soldiers on the battlefield in recent wars may have been the improvised explosive device, new emerging threats from cyberspace, electronic warfare, and unmanned aerial vehicles have Army leaders eyeing new tactics across
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