ARMY MODERNIZATION.

 
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It was a year ago when Army Chief of Staff Gen. Mark A. Milley in a memo revealed the service's top six modernization priorities, each designed to "make soldiers and units more lethal."

Since then, the service has undergone what it calls its biggest reorganization shake-up in more than four decades and established a Futures Command in Austin, Texas.

As an Army official recently said: "We spend so much time often on what is urgent, we miss what is important. And that was what drove us to having the priorities set for us. It gets us away from the 1,000 urgent...

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