NATO's top military chief, General Philip Breedlove, speaks about the conflict in Syria during a news conference at Pristina Military Airport (REUTERS/Hazir Reka).

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U.S. Army Corps: Assuring NATO Preparedness

September 19, 2014, John R. Evans

With the U.S. focused squarely on ISIS, a new commitment to the Ebola epidemic in western Africa and an ongoing commitment to the war in Afghanistan, the U.S. Army, in conjunction with European Command, needs to consider rotating a Corps headquarters to Europe. Federal Executive Fellow John Evans writes that accelerating NATO’s military preparedness is essential to addressing the threat of Russian opportunism.

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