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Maintaining Force Readiness in the New Era of Global Threats

How will the U.S. military maintain force readiness?

Join Defense One as we engage military leaders in a discussion on building a military and maintaining total force readiness in the next decades. We will explore "new front line" areas of cyber and the integration of women into all military jobs among other areas shaping force readiness in the next decades.
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    Presented by: Defense One Live | Underwritten by: Monster Government Solutions
    How will the U.S. military maintain force readiness?

    Join Defense One as we engage military leaders in a discussion on building a military and maintaining total force readiness in the next decades. We will explore "new front line" areas of cyber and the integration of women into all military jobs among other areas shaping force readiness in the next decades.
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