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America’s misplaced focus on how many troops it has deployed casts doubt over the real issue of U.S. critical security interests and how they relate to support of its allies.
By Lt. Gen. (ret.) David A. Deptula and Ari Cicurel
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In the 1920s and 1930s, the U.S. Navy used war games to design military plans against potential adversaries.
By David Banks, American University School of International Service