Flynn: Army is 'out of position' in the Indo-Pacific

By Nickolai Sukharev / May 9, 2024 at 11:16 AM
Army units need to be in better position to maintain an advantage against potential adversaries in the Indo-Pacific region, according to the commander of Army forces in the Pacific. “Unfortunately, most of the U.S. Army is out of position because it sits in the continental United States,” Gen. Charles Flynn said Wednesday during the Fires Symposium in Lawton, OK. Delivering a virtual keynote address, Flynn outlined efforts to deter Chinese aggression across the Indo-Pacific. In response to a question on...

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