U.S. ARMY TODAY AND TOMORROW
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U.S. ARMY TODAY AND TOMORROW
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Vladimir Batyuk 
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105-117
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The U.S. political and military elite comes to a conclusion that the importance of the 7Army will increase under the present conditions. They in Pentagon believe that only the Army has a capability to control the terrain; and only the Army may be transferred to any place of the Globe in any numerical strength.
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army, military training, equipment, irregular enemies
Date of publication
11.05.2014
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