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Hoss Cartwright Heralds New Era In Warfare: ‘No longer do we troll for trouble; we predict it’

Posted by Colin Clark on

WASHINGTON: A combat patrol is four soldiers walking, under orders to look for trouble and react to it. For most of modern history, infantry squads have been the military’s principal sensors, forcing an enemy to respond, allowing American forces to judge the situation and respond. But that is an always risky, often bloody way to… Keep reading →

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Army Pushes New Training, Tech For Infantry Squads

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on

The Army has launched a major effort to strengthen its seven thousand infantry squads — an effort that will require overcoming cultural and bureaucratic resistance to succeed. Light-infantry traditionalists will have to get over their longstanding suspicion of digital technology both on the battlefield and in training, which will increasingly rely on simulations. Tech geeks… Keep reading →

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