Reuters highlights an event with General Mark Welsh III about the future of American airpower:

U.S. Air Force Chief of Staff General Mark Welsh said the U.S. military had increased its orders in recent years to replenish and expand its stockpiles, but more work was needed. He said Washington was encouraging its allies to do the same.

“We all have to be better at pre-planning for munitions, because they’re expensive and we don’t have an industrial base that can spin up over night and produce them,” he said last week after a speech hosted by the Atlantic Council think tank.

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