What will the US Army’s competitive advantage look like in the next 10 years?
According to Gen. Mark Milley, the US Army’s Former Chief of Staff, "Our advantage has steadily eroded." Adversaries have spent nearly two decades studying the U.S. military’s strengths and vulnerabilities as it has fought terrorist groups. Those same adversaries have spent that time investing in modernizing their forces and preparing them to exploit any possible vulnerabilities.
That’s why the US Army’s ability to modernize the battle for multi-domain operations will be even more critical to maintaining a competitive edge. Partnering with the New Defense Industrial Base will be essential to enabling the US Army to modernize at the speed of relevance, mitigate the evolving threat landscape, and keep warfighters on the cutting-edge.
Each year, AUSA is our time to meet with you, exchange ideas, network, and demo game-changing technologies. Our collective mission is too important to miss this opportunity for collaboration, so we are excited to offer this thought leadership series to continue our efforts.