Downsizing America's Armed Forces


The Soviet threat has diminished, and the United States is starting to cut the number of its troops. This represents more than a chance to save money. It also provides a rare opportunity to whip the nation's military into shape—first, by getting rid of an excess of middle-level officers; and second, by making early reliance on the reserves in emergencies no longer necessary. But will the opportunity be seized?

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