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To achieve the transformative effect needed to bolster deterrence against China, the Biden administration needs to keep its foot on the gas.
By Dustin Walker
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Leaders are slated to announce details of the landmark agreement next week, as some U.S. lawmakers are wary of the industrial practicalities.
How is the Navy going to replace its 22 Ticonderoga-class cruisers, the air defense ships that each pack 122 vertical-launching missile cells?
By David B. Larter
Due to the distances involved in the Indo-Pacific, Adm. Philip Davidson stressed that the U.S. cannot solely rely on surge forces from the continental United States to deter Chinese aggression.
By Mike Yeo
The U.S. Army plans to stand up a task force to develop its multidomain battle concept through exercises in the Asia-Pacific region.
By Jen Judson