Change Is A Hard Sell To Generals, Admirals

Bond, David
March 2001
Aviation Week & Space Technology;3/12/2001, Vol. 154 Issue 11, p66
Trade Publication
Predicts major changes in the United States military policy. Expectations of top military officials; Impact of the strategy report prepared by Andrew Marshall, Pentagon's director of net assessment; Cautiousness in appropriating the defense budget.


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