Army Reserve seeks to mine 'digital key terrain'

By Courtney McBride / January 24, 2018 at 12:06 PM
The U.S. Army Reserve is seeking to better prepare for a potential high-end conflict, by enhancing training and repositioning force structure, according to its chief. Lt. Gen. Charles Luckey told reporters at a breakfast this morning the Army Reserve includes several "niche capabilities" such as infrastructure expertise, but also needs to expand its capacity in the "key terrain" of technology. To that end, he aims to place small teams in high-tech areas, such as Silicon Valley and Cambridge, MA. Luckey...

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