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Since I was confirmed as Army secretary in May, I’ve tried to get out of the Pentagon and see America’s Army through the eyes of soldiers doing what they do, where they do it. I’ve engaged with teams of soldiers in exercises with our NATO allies in...
My priorities have not changed over the past year; readiness remains the No. 1 priority.
The 39th Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. Mark A. Milley has called readiness “our No. 1 priority, and there is no other No. 1.” As the world becomes increasingly complex, it is difficult to predict the next challenge to American interests and,...
The U.S. Army Forces Command anticipates new opportunities this year to improve unit readiness; master warfighting fundamentals; strengthen leader development; and care for soldiers, Army civilians and families. As our units operate in today’s...
Few things are more challenging for the Army than being ready to fight today while simultaneously preparing for an unpredictable, constantly changing future. The evidence of these two competing requirements is all around us, as the Army works to...
U.S. Army Europe is America’s land power that is an ocean closer to every major security challenge America faces except the Pacific. The European security environment is changing. Russian aggression in Ukraine, Syria, the Black Sea and the Baltic...
The Indo-Asian-Pacific region continues to be dynamic and complex, and U.S. Army Pacific remains as focused and engaged as ever before. For over 118 years, the U.S. Army has maintained a presence in the Pacific region, earning more campaign...