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U.S. Military Strategy Evolves On Ground, In Space

Pentagon planners are searching high and low for new technologies needed for everything from reducing roadside bomb casualties in Iraq to securing cyber-space and gaining control of the emerging high ground of space. The focus of Defense Department efforts to rethink its strategy in response to the Iraqi insurgency and the growing threat of “asymmetric warfare” is the Quadrennial Defense Review (QDR) scheduled to be delivered to Congress in February. While looking for ways to cope with growing threats like roadside bombs, which now account for half of U.S. casualties in Iraq, DoD also seeking to gain control of cyber-space as well as the “global commons” of space. Full Story

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