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Pentagon proposes cuts to Army to promote innovation




Triton unmanned aircraft system completed its first flight May 22, 2013
Triton unmanned aircraft system completed its first flight May 22, 2013
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The Pentagon is seeking to drawdown the size of its army to the smallest since World War II.

The plan is part of a proposed budget that Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel says is a response to a changing world, where the U.S. needs a leaner, more agile military force and to promote more innovation, like drone technology. 

This could mean big changes for California. For more, we're joined by Gregory S. McNeal, he's a security and military expert and professor at Pepperdine University's School of Law.