McConville: Stationing long-range fires in foreign countries a 'political decision'

By Ethan Sterenfeld / March 30, 2021 at 4:37 PM
The location of the Army's new multi-domain task forces and long-range precision fires in allied countries will have to be decided at political levels, not by uniformed leaders, the Army chief of staff said today. "That's a political decision," Gen. James McConville said. "The politics of where they're based, how they're based, will be up to the policymakers and the diplomats." The task forces and long-range fires are at the center of the Army's plan to deter and fight wars...

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