posted on May, 3 2005 @ 05:36 PM
The U.S. military's operations in Iraq and Afghanistan have constrained its ability to tackle other potential conflicts, making any future war more
likely to be longer and bloodier, according to America's top general.
In an annual classified report required by Congress, Air Force Gen. Richard Myers, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said stress on manpower and
equipment could limit the ability to win other possible wars as quickly as the Pentagon had previously forecast, defense officials said on
Myers stated in the report that U.S. armed forces would "succeed" in any future major conflict but "may be unable to meet expectations for speed or
Any future armed conflicts "may result in significantly extended campaign timelines, and achieving campaign objectives may result in higher casualties
and collateral damage," the report stated.
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This sucks in my opinion if we get in to it with North Korea