The United States Army is shifting from an Army of execution to an Army of preparation. We will draw down operations in Afghanistan while our Soldiers remain deployed in more than 100 countries around the world to prevent conflict, deter aggression, and shape the operational environment. Army formations will continue to strengthen U.S. overseas partnerships and enhance regional security while remaining prepared at home to face the next natural disaster, and serve in whatever capacity our Nation requires. We will transition from adapting our capabilities with small off-the-shelf changes for the immediate conflict, and focus more on science and technology, to foster the innovations that will help the U.S. Army maintain its comparative advantage far into the future.
This infographic highlights insights and key data related to this transition, and reinforces the Army’s priorities for responding globally and engaging regionally with a scalable and ready modern Army.
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