A new study by the Rand Corp. is warning that U.S. military forces are poorly structured to meet the threats posed by China, Russia and other states, as well as the continuing war against Islamic terrorism.
The study, "U.S. Military Capabilities and Forces for a Dangerous World," presents the stark conclusion that the American military needs to reform its structure and war fighting plans to better deal with military challenges.
"Put more starkly, assessments in this report will show that U.S. forces could, under plausible assumptions, lose the next war they are called upon to fight, despite the United States outspending China on military forces by a ratio of 2.7 to 1 and Russia by 6 to 1," the report said. "The nation needs to do better than this."
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