After the National Commission on the Future of the Army released its "much-anticipated report" to the president and congress, David Barno and Nora Bensahel commented on the report in an article for "War on the Rocks." In the article, entitled, "Beyond the Army Commission: Unifying the Army's Components," Darno and Bensahel say that although the roughly 200-page report offers 63 recommendations that cover topics from manpower to firepower, the Army fell short in one vital area of the report: "concrete suggestions on how to integrate the active Army, the Army Reserve, and the Army National Guard into a truly unified force." Fortunately, the authors believe, Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark Milley has made "mending rifts" among the components one of his highest priorities.
Read the full article: Beyond the Army Commission: Unifying the Army's Components
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