The United States should adjust its strategies and programs based on the performance of the Russian and Ukrainian militaries in their ongoing struggle to avoid learning the wrong lessons for a future fight, according to one U.S. general.
By attempting to learn wholesale from Ukraine, the U.S. military could be setting itself up for failure in a conflict against China over Taiwan, said Marine Brig. Gen. Mark Clingan during an April 3 talk at the Atlantic Council, a Washington-based think tank.
“In this conflict, we have seen uncontested logistics across the Atlantic,” Clingan said.
“We may have been learning the wrong lessons.”…