Army defends long-range fires after Air Force criticism

By Ethan Sterenfeld, Jaspreet Gill / April 13, 2021 at 5:00 AM
Senior Army officials have defended the service's long-range precision fires ambitions in recent days after harsh criticism from the head of Air Force Global Strike Command. "There will be different perspectives, there will be different opinions, and sometimes people will say certain things," Army Chief of Staff Gen. James McConville said April 12 in response to the criticism. McConville spoke at a virtual event hosted by The Washington Post . "Honestly, I think it's stupid,” Air Force Gen. Timothy Ray...

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