AMERICAS ARMY: GLOBALLY RESPONSIVE REGIONALLY ENGAGED The Army
AMERICAS ARMY: GLOBALLY RESPONSIVE REGIONALLY ENGAGED The Army Way Ahead 1 AMERICAS ARMY: GLOBALLY RESPONSIVE REGIONALLY ENGAGED The Changing Character of War Considerations Politics, economics, demographics, technology Return of military peers/existential threats Violent sub-state instability continues Implications Capability to deter/defeat military peers - Project power into a contested theater - Project power into all domains - Fight into/inside sophisticated A2/AD International order under greater strain
- Fight into/inside urbanized, complex terrain Warfare more violent, lethal, fast, ambiguous, and greater scope/scale - Survive increasingly lethal battlefields Autonomy and robotic augmentation Congested, contested, densely urbanized All domains relentlessly contested Regional state/sub-state disruptors Retain CT and COIN competencies Integrate Allies and partners Assess /develop personnel for the future Risk competitors may catch up The last 25 years is a poor lens through which to anticipate the next 25-35 years AUSA 20161003 22 AMERICAS ARMY: GLOBALLY RESPONSIVE REGIONALLY ENGAGED
The Army Way Ahead 3 Future Fight 2 1 1 Fight the Current Fight while looking to the future. 2 Deter the Next Fight. 3 Set conditions to deter the Future Fight. Winning todays wars and getting the future right are todays business AUSA 20161003 3
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