Pentagon Aide Warns U.S. Arms May Be as Much U.S. as Maginot Line

America’s traditional means of projecting power abroad is growing "increasingly obsolete" and its billion-dollar military hardware could be as ineffectual against future threats as the heavily fortified Maginot line was in defending France against the Nazis, a senior Pentagon adviser has warned. In a wake-up call to U.S. military chiefs, Andrew Krepinevich, a leading architect of the counterinsurgency strategy in Iraq and Afghanistan, argues that the Pentagon is ill-equipped to count...
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