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DoD will be able to fight more than one war at a time
Monday - 1/9/2012, 7:33am EST
Pentagon Press Secretary George Little said the United States will still be able to conduct more than a single war at one time. He said news media have been under a mistaken impression the United States is abandoning a two-front capability.
"Let me be very clear," Little said in the article. "If we take on more than one threat from a state or nonstate actor, we will be prepared to address those threats, and we will win."
All of the administration's budget requests are due to Congress Feb. 6. Under last summer's budget agreement, the Pentagon must forgo $500 billion in future increases over the next 10 years.
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