Analysis: Army struggles to become a more nimble force

05/10/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The

Concerns about the U.S. military's ability to respond to threats from North Korea and Iran are forcing the Army to continue training with heavy weapons and large formations, even though many military experts agree that the Army needs to become a smaller, more expeditionary force in order to adjust to budget cuts, Julian Barnes writes. Army officials "appear to be unwilling to make that next big step," said John Nagle, a retired Army lieutenant colonel.

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