As Seen on MSNBC, Fox News and in the WSJ
Do we still having the strongest military in the world? Have our allies caught up to our force?
The U.S. military’s competitive edge seems to be “eroding” thanks to nearly 16 years of war and uncertain defense spending, according to the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Why is the military declining in its structure? Is most of the military’s loss due to the “extraordinarily high level of operational tempo,” which has put a significant burden on U.S. forces? What is the overall state of our military and their capabilities?
Donald Mazzella is a Veteran Newsman and Commentator, COO of Small Business Digest publications and Author of many books including “An American Family Sampler.” His experience allows him to elaborate on this trending story and open us up to what it all means.
About Donald Mazzella:
Donald Mazzella is a nationally known commentator covering not only great events but the intimate lives of ordinary citizens. His latest book, now in its fourth printing Recalculating is a compendium of 100-plus experts, presidents, and government officials talking about strategies to grow a small business. For the past decade he has been editorial director of Small Business Digest, a multi-media offering for enterprise leaders. The first book in his American Family Sampler trilogy has just gone into its third printing.
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