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AUSA 2021: Generals highlight offensive and defensive links
High-ranking US Army officers used a panel discussion on 12 October during the annual AUSA event to raise the need to link high-technology offensive and defensive capabilities.
LTG Daniel Kabler, head of the US Army Space and Missile Defense Command (SMDC), told the audience that while his command has a mission of active defence against missile attacks, its posture will be ‘not only about active defence but attack operations’.
However, he earlier explained: ‘We don’t have interceptors out there to meet them [enemy missiles] on a one-to-one basis.’
To make sure joint forces will be able to carry out ‘kinetic …
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