Sequestration may force the U.S. to trim its military spending in Europe by as much as a fifth next year, according to Air Force Gen. Philip Breedlove, NATO's Supreme Allied Commander Europe. The cuts mean NATO forces will need to work together more and train "smarter," he said at a news conference Thursday in London. The next round of sequester cuts will begin Jan. 15 if Congress can't come to terms on deficit-reduction measures.

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