DOD review advocates two-war capacity

01/26/2006 | Aerospace Daily & Defense Report

The Pentagon's Quadrennial Defense Review supports two-war combat capacity for the military, an Army advisor said. Variables that could affect the strategy include the duration of conflicts and partnerships with allies. Eight additional plans for completing strategic planning will stem from the review. Military officials noted the report advocates shifting capabilities and growing new capabilities. Aerospace Industries Association President John Douglass said the military's needs today are similar to the needs it had during the Cold War.

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