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This RAND Arroyo Center report presents research-based insights and courses of action to help the U.S. Army meet five of its highest priorities. In addition to readiness, the Army's top priority, these priorities are preparing to meet challenges in the future fight, identifying and closing current and emerging capability gaps, fulfilling the Army's obligations to soldiers and families, and improving the military capabilities of U.S. allies and partners through security force assistance. The report summarizes nine recent analyses that illustrate the wide range of RAND Arroyo Center's analytic capabilities focused on the priorities of Army leadership.

RAND Arroyo Center is the Army's federally funded research and development center (FFRDC) for studies and analysis. Its mission is to help Army leaders make decisions that are informed by objective, high-quality analysis.

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