Group praises multicomponent units as means to build Army cohesion

By Sebastian Sprenger / January 11, 2016 at 7:55 AM
A sub-panel of the National Commission on the Future of the Army says Congress should pass legislation that would make it easier for soldiers of various service components to serve in units together. The recommendation is included in a mid-December paper crafted by the commission's subcommittee on operations, headed by former defense policy official Kathleen Hicks. That subgroup has published a series of preliminary assessments that offer a glimpse of the options on the table as the commission produces its...

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