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In changing political landscape of the 21st century and the wake of the end of the cold war the US is scrambling to invent the way wars will be fought and the protection of the United States by those who wish to harm it in the coming years As the US struggles to harness new technology and weaponry to thwart off the changing types of risks to the United States it is faced with critical decisions of what to expect in the coming century The new Bush administration is making it one of its highest priorities to review and change the way the military will operate Ten years ago the US stormed across the Iraqi desert crushing Sadam Husseins armies and restoring peace in the region The Desert Storm War might be the last ground war of its kind the US military will ever fight Instead military experts envision future wars fought at great distances with missiles or in close terrorist style attacks In secret behind closed doors Defense Secretary Donald Ruhmsfield is trying to change the way the pentagon thinks and fights tomorrows military threats The entire US military will have to become lighter but more lethal Massive aircraft carriers could eventually be replaced by smaller faster carriers protected by an armada of sleek newly designed warships wrapped in newly designed stealth technology to protect against missile attack An entire new generation of transports could get troops and equipment in and out of warships faster The air force could depend more on long-range bombers and stealth aircraft Army infantry would be geared for more rapid response each soldier a walking killing machine of the future To make that change the military will have to make some hard choices and give up some of its more conventional weapons like the armies 70 ton Abrams tank which may be too slow for battle and traditional carrier battle groups too vulnerable to enemy missiles
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