The U.S. Army continues to spend money researching and developing new weapons while upgrading existing weapons systems, mostly with an eye towards fighting big wars in the future, not the sort of low-intensity conflicts it has largely been waging in places like Afghanistan and Iraq. Defense budget experts keeping track of Army R&D spending say the […]
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