INDOPACOM pushing for new Pacific training, experimentation capability in FY-22 budget talks

By Jason Sherman / July 29, 2020 at 1:58 PM
The head of U.S. Indo-Pacific Command is lobbying senior Defense Department leaders to include a new project in the fiscal year 2022 budget currently being developed to establish a vast new test and training complex to support large-scale experimentation of advanced warfighting concepts. Adm. Phil Davidson, INDOPACOM commander, said he is advocating for the creation of the Pacific Multi-Domain Training and Experimentation Capability, an estimated $2.7 billion five-year project to tie together existing ranges in California, Nevada, Alaska, Hawaii and...

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