The US military is institutionalizing its ability to wage irregular war, restructuring its forces to prepare for a full range of conflicts, and broadening efforts to counter unconventional weapons like anti-satellite technologies and cyber threats, Deputy Defense Secretary William Lynn told the British House of Commons all-party parliamentary group on transatlantic security in London, Jan. 25, 2010. His remarks shed light on the findings expected in the forthcoming Quadrennial Defense Review that is due to Congress the first week of February 2010. Here, Lynn (second from left) addresses the parliamentary group.
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The Senate Armed Services Committee’s version of the National Defense Authorization Act, released by the committee late Thursday, would provide for $715.9 billion in spending, according to a summary produced by the committee.
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