Does anybody else get the feeling that the US military is woefully unprepared and relying way too much on technology for a potential near peer conflict? I mean, the whole idea of attacking, especially with the new penetration divisions where they rely entirely on Corps level shaping operations - Specifically to suppress temporarily enemy artillery and communications so that they don't get obliterated seems pretty sketchy. As if the enemy couldn't just use low tech combined with basic shoot and scoot and not being moronic with their electronic emissions could easily negate any attempt to thoroughly defeat their IDF capabilities. It may also just be me, but it feels like the Army just plans on rolling up to the enemy main defensive positions without even considering the possibility of forward deployed enemy units who can hit and run and call in IDF as a mechanized/armored force advances. I feel like we just looked at our own success in 91 and 03 when we defeated a laughably outmatched and poorly ran military force and have just assumed that that's how it's always gonna go. I can't imagine how much of a shit show it would be if the US Army had to go fight an enemy that actually practices radio discipline, concealment, and had decent counter-battery fire capabilities.