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Game Changer: The Army Wants Longer-Range Artillery Due to Ukraine War

The Army Has a Vision for Longer-Range ‘Big’ Guns – It was the Prussian Field Marshal Moltke the Elder who is purported to have first said, “No plan survives first contact with the enemy.” That certainly seems to be the case for the leadership in the Kremlin, which likely expected a quick Russian victory following its unprovoked invasion of . Instead, months later, it is engaged in a war that shows no sign of ending.

Such lessons recall another famous quote from American Founding Father Benjamin Franklin, who candidly suggested, “If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail.”

Yet, ’s failures in Ukraine could very much help the United States military plan for future conflicts. The war has already validated the use of drones in warfare, possibly predicted the sunset of the main battle tank, and shown the vulnerability of naval surface combatants from land-based anti-ship weapons platforms. The war has also reaffirmed

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