What Kind of Army Do We Need?

Does the U.S. really need to be able to fight a land war in Asia, or just to deter one? Defense One will speak to guests about the choices lawmakers, policymakers, and Army officers are debating today that will shape its near future.

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Robert Ashley, Jr., CEO, Ashley Global Leadership and Strategy/ (Ret) Lt. Gen., U.S. Army
Mackenzie Eaglen, Resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute
Caitlin M. Kenney, Staff Reporter, Defense One
Brigadier General Brett Funck, Director, Talent Management Task Force, U.S. Army