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Operation Dragon Spear

During the exercise M1A1 Abrams main battle tanks and AH-64D Apache Longbow attack helicopters engaged older mine-resistant ambush protected (MRAP) vehicles for practice. The targets had symbolic meaning, showing the American public and the world that the U.S. military is pivoting towards conventional warfare and away from counterinsurgency operations.

The West’s Problem; What do we do now?

In the fight to defeat Daʿesh, air-strikes, though not a bad start, will not be enough to finish the job, and inevitably, at some point, “Boots-on-the-Ground” will be needed; but the question remained; “Who will supply them?”

A Way Forward: America and Russia Should Work Together in Syria and Iraq

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The U.S. Needs A New Auto-Cannon

The Bushmaster auto-cannon is now underperforming in penetration, caliber, and range compared to the auto cannons of America’s allies and potential adversaries.

The Complete Guide of the Syrian Crisis

Russians in Syria has changed the picture. Complete in-depth story about the ISIS, Syria's history and the impact nations have in Syria and Syria's impact.
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