Why we need to train our military veterans to be ‘facile’ in their jobs

The American military is undergoing a major shake-up and many of its most senior leaders are being laid off.

In an effort to keep the force strong and the troops safe, the military is going through a major reorganization.

The latest changes include cutting back on training and the deployment of new, more flexible and agile equipment, and reducing the number of deployed personnel.

This change is expected to take a decade or more to implement, but the change will make the military much more flexible.

The military has been on a downward spiral for years.

The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have resulted in thousands of soldiers losing their jobs, and the US is struggling with the spiraling cost of health care and social services.

The American public has also seen its health care costs skyrocket, and a lot of people are feeling the effects of the war on Iraq.

As a result, Americans are increasingly asking why the US military has not been able to adapt to these changing conditions, and they’re concerned that if they don’t, the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq will get even more costly.

In recent years, the US has been dealing with a growing number of military deaths.

Last year, there were an estimated 1,811 US troops killed in action.

This number is up significantly from 2015, when there were about 2,000 US troops dead.

This year, the number has increased by almost 20%.

The changes to the military have been controversial, but President Donald Trump has largely embraced the new look and feel of the US armed forces.

President Trump’s announcement of the plan to reduce the size of the military in the next five years, announced on Wednesday, was hailed by many as a huge step forward in reducing the size and strength of the armed forces in the US.

This includes reducing the military’s size by half and the number deployed troops.

However, critics of the proposed plan have questioned the plan’s details.

“There are a lot more options and a better way to deploy forces,” Michael Kranish, a retired Air Force lieutenant colonel and the executive director of the Association for Retired Military Personnel, told the Washington Post.

“And you’re talking about tens of thousands of troops being deployed to more and more locations.”

In order to keep these troops deployed, the Trump administration has proposed the formation of a military commission, which is comprised of representatives of the service branches.

The military commission will be tasked with determining the long-term plan to address the military readiness of the entire military and ensure that the current and future service members are fully capable of serving in any future mission.

It will be chaired by General James Mattis, the Secretary of Defense and will have the power to impose certain rules of engagement that would limit what types of combat operations the US can conduct in the future.

The military commission would have the authority to review the size, shape and number of troops the US should have in the field and make certain that these troops are ready to participate in operations that could potentially result in death.

It would also have the ability to make specific recommendations to the president and the Congress on how the US will reduce the number and strength and number and type of troops that it deploys to the battlefield.

It would also be up to the commission to make sure that the US does not lose the ability and ability to carry out missions in the event of a crisis. 

The new military commission is expected be approved by the military chiefs, who are expected to hold their first meeting on March 17, according to CNN.

This would be the first time since the Vietnam War that a civilian military has had a civilian commission to determine how the military should be run.

The US military is still heavily dependent on the military-industrial complex for its funding.

As the US government has spent more and increased the size or power of the force, the cost of war has increased significantly.

According to a report from the Center for Strategic and International Studies, the annual cost of the wars since 2001 has risen from $7.3 trillion to $17.9 trillion, or about 15.5% of the Gross Domestic Product.

The cost of protecting the country from terrorism has also increased substantially, from $1.2 trillion in 2001 to $4.4 trillion in 2016.

This means that the military has spent far more money on military operations than the military itself.