US Army leaders will increase rotational deployments to Europe next year in a bid to deter Russia in the region.
The commander of Futures Command, General Mike Murray, alongside other army leaders, appeared before the House Armed Services Tactical Air and Land Forces subcommittee on 1 May to field questions about equipment modernisation plans and ongoing efforts to prepare for a large-scale conflict with Russia and China. In addition to moving out with the development of crucial technologies like long-range precision fires and future vertical lift aircraft, the four-star general said the service has decided to bolster its force’s presence in Europe.
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