We are not manpower experts but we do possess a rough knowledge of the U.S. military, occasioned by our almost 70 years of combined service.
We know, too, that there are those who still deny there is a problem — people in the military, in Congress, the White House and apparently, throughout the general citizenry.
What we are trying to point out is simple: We’re losing the ability to field military forces sufficient to the missions our country assigns them. It is time to curb those missions or find a different way to field our forces.
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