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The US Army is making moves to ensure that its allies will be able to conduct coalition operations alongside its high-tech vehicles once its next-generation ground forces start entering the field in the next decade.
However, many allies are concerned that the US is not sharing enough information to allow them to develop compatible equipment and worry they could be left behind by the vastly superior US forces.
The focus of concern is the army's Future Combat Systems (FCS) programme, which comprises 18 vehicles, robots, sensors and unmanned aerial vehicles. The strength of the system, army officials say, will be not in its firepower or armour but in having more information than the enemy.
Originally posted by NWguy83This is really nothing new. They have been saying for a while that the U.S might become too technologically superior for our allies to fight alongside us.