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National Defense Magazine  reports that “The Army is too small and could be outgunned in future conflicts, service officials said March 15.”  

“The warnings came at a time when the ground force is shrinking and potential adversaries are improving their military technologies.  

“’Future Army forces may be not only outnumbered … but we also may face enemies who have overmatch capability over us in some key areas,’ Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster, deputy commanding general of U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, said at an Association of the United States Army conference in Huntsville, Alabama.”

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