Walsh: Close Combat Lethality Task Force completes in-process review

By Lee Hudson  
June 1, 2018 at 4:51 PM
The Defense Department's Close Combat Lethality Task Force recently completed an in-process review that featured equipment in the Pentagon courtyard for senior leaders to see what the Army, Marine Corps and U.S. Special Operations Command are developing to outfit infantry units. Marine Corps Lt. Gen. Robert Walsh, deputy commandant for combat development and integration, told Inside Defense during a May 24 interview 90 percent of American combat deaths are infantrymen, who constitute 4 percent of all active-duty personnel, and...

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