By Matthew Cox, Military.com: “U.S. Army leaders say the next war will be fought in mega-cities, but the service has embarked on an ambitious effort to prepare most of its combat brigades to fight, not inside, but beneath them.”
From War Room: “Whatever roles military strategic leaders play… they do so as experts in the fighting and winning of wars.
(Stars & Stripes) The Army will add two more months to infantry school, marking the biggest change to the institution in nearly a half-century in a move designed to develop a more lethal force, the service said.
(Task & Purpose) Army leaders say the next war will be fought in mega-cities, and the service has embarked on an ambitious subterranean warfare training program to prepare.
By Amos C. Fox, AUSA: “The truth is that while high-end wars between nations have decreased, war has certainly not gone away, nor is it getting any less violent. ”
(Fifth Domain) `Cyber will undoubtedly be part of any future conflict and the Army is looking to bolster the role of cyber in exercise scenarios.
How the Army will infuse cyber operations on the battlefield
(Fifth Domain) Imagine a brigade combat team readying an assault on a small town in Eastern Europe. As part of the planning, cyber and electromagnetic activities (CEMA) staff recommend knocking out Wi-Fi connections in the town to prevent residents and forces from communicating prior to or during the operation.