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Dempsey Releases National Military Strategy

By Jim Garamone

DoD News, Defense Media Activity

WASHINGTON, July 1, 2015 - The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff cannot predict exactly where the next threat to the United States and its interests may come from, but he knows it will happen faster than in the past and the U.S. military must be prepared.

The National Military Strategy released today by Army Gen. Martin E. Dempsey provides the blueprint for how the military will use its forces to protect and advance U.S. national and security interests.


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