Admiral Michael Gilday, Chief of Naval Operations

Admiral Michael Gilday said competition with China is not about the size of the U.S. fleet, but the Navy does have an expansion plan.

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General James McConville, Army Chief of Staff

Army Chief of Staff General James McConville often talks about the importance of using technology to link shooters and sensors with command-and-control modes. A new goggle being developed with Microsoft is one such use of technology.

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General Richard Clarke, Commander, U.S. Special Operations Command

The commander of USSOCCOM told a Senate committee that support from American troops is “critical” to Afghan forces’ ability to fight the Taliban and other militants.

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General Glen VanHerck, USAF, Commander, U.S. Northern Command

General Glen VanHerck told the Senate Armed Services Committee that North Korea’s “considerably larger and presumably more capable” ICBM is a threat to the United States, particularly after Kim Jong Un released himself from a moratorium on testing over a year ago.

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Major General Craig Wills, Commander, 19th Air Force

Major General Craig Wills says the Air Force is formulating plans to boost active duty pilot numbers.

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Major General Jeff Taliaferro, USAF, Vice Director for Operations, Joint Staff, the Pentagon

About one-third of the U.S. military is declining to receive the COVID-19 inoculation.

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General Jay Raymond, Chief of Operations, U.S. Space Force

Commander Jay Raymond is emphasizing the U.S. Space Force’s value in protecting America, which increasingly relies on space.

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Major General Peter Andrysiak Commander, U.S. Army Alaska

Arctic Warrior 21 training is underway in Alaska, where soldiers, used to the weather in the Middle East, are facing extreme cold and snowy terrain, where they are learning much about cold-weather warfare.

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General Frank McKenzie, USMC, Commander, United States Central Command

The commander of CENTCOM warns that refugee and prison camps could lead to a rebirth of ISIS due to Taliban violence, and Russian and Chinese adventurism.

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Vice Admiral Jeffrey Trussler, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for International Warfare

China is “pouring a lot of money” into anti-ship missiles in an attempt to destabilize the region, Vice Admiral Jeffrey Trussler reported.

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