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Following Biden’s MidEast visit, Pentagon aims to do more with less

The White House wants the Pentagon to bring Israeli tech to link up Arab air defenses, but can progress be achieved without deploying additional American units?

The Pentagon is pressing ahead with plans to expand military cooperation between Arab countries and Israel as a bulwark against Iran following President Joe Biden’s visit to the Middle East.

In Qatar last week, the Pentagon’s Middle East policy director Dana Stroul discussed “ways to strengthen and integrate a regional security architecture” and bolster the country’s armed forces.

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