A US AH-64 Apache flies over the combat zone during a NATO military demonstration in Zaragoza, Spain, Wednesday Nov. 4, 2015. NATO is putting on its most fearsome display of military might in over a decade with soldiers, ships and planes meant to hone and test its abilities as well as send an unequivocal sign to Russia and other real or potential foes. For three weeks which started Oct. 21, more than 36,000 personnel from all 28 NATO allies and eight partner nations, 160 aircraft and 60 ships will be taking part in exercises across a wide swath of southern Europe from Portugal to Italy. (AP Photo/Abraham Caro Marin)

Army tackling ‘future’ recommendations, one Apache at a time

Lt. Gen. John Murray, deputy chief of staff for the U.S. Army, said the service is carefully weighing the recommendations made by the National Commission…

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