This nation’s Army was never intended to fight a long ground war. But, since October 2001, the Army has been waging counterinsurgency campaigns in Iraq and Afghanistan with some 200,000 troops constantly deployed. This raises the question of whether the Army would be able to handle another operation, for example, in Iran.
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