In this annual report, we highlight RAND Arroyo Center’s efforts to help the Army become an expeditionary force. With the traditional strength of federally funded research and development centers like Arroyo, we have drawn on our long-term, stable lines of research to move quickly to understand change — even changes as dramatic as those the Army has recently experienced.
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