New task force to ask 'tough questions' of Pentagon's strategy for China, future threats

October 22, 2019 at 7:57 PM
A new task force established by the House Armed Services Committee expects to ask "tough questions" about the Defense Department's strategy, investments and structure for addressing future threats, with a heavy emphasis on China. The "Future of Defense" task force will spend the next six months digging into "big strategic questions" typically not addressed during the day-to-day work of the committee, according to task force co-Chairman Seth Moulton (D-MA). "Not just where we need to be in the next year...

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