Murray: Army leaders looking for ways to field new capabilities

By Courtney McBride / September 18, 2017 at 2:29 PM
Army senior leaders will spend fiscal year 2018 laying the groundwork for potential new programs, even though it will require them to devote fewer resources to improving existing systems, according to the service's deputy chief of staff (G-8). In a Sept. 11 interview, Lt. Gen. Mike Murray told Inside the Army "it's all about ends, ways and means this year." The three-star acknowledged the Army cannot entirely cease spending money to improve its current systems, but would have to sharply...

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