U.S. Army, Air Force working to enhance their ability to fight in a contested environment

After years of fighting low-intensity conflicts against lightly-armed insurgents, the U.S. military is reorienting itself to fight and defeat a peer- or near-peer competitor. In the coming months, the Training and Doctrine Command will meld with Air Combat Command to stage three exercises between March and July to hone their joint warfighting concepts. The first [...]


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Jon E. Dougherty is a political, foreign policy and national security analyst and reporter with nearly 30 years of experience in both fields. A U.S. Army veteran of Operation Enduring Freedom, he holds BA in Political Science from Ashford University and an MA in National Security Studies/Intelligence Analysis from American Military University.