SPECIAL ROUNDUP: The Future of Defense

MV-22B Ospreys take off from the flight deck of the USS Makin Island during training off the coast of San Diego, April 15, 2014.

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MV-22B Ospreys take off from the flight deck of the USS Makin Island during training off the coast of San Diego, April 15, 2014.

Catch up on the latest news and ideas about the future of defense. Compiled by Defense One Staff

More than a decade of war is winding down and the United States is ready to focus on issues at home. Yet threats continue to complicate Pentagon decision-making and test U.S. foreign policy in this post-war era. Defense One has compiled our best stories about what the future holds for national security and global affairs.

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