Eric Schmidt, former chairman of Google/Alphabet, and other members of the Defense Innovation Board have routinely pointed out the terrible costs in inefficiency and duplication that comes from this startling gap in capability that would be inconceivable for any modern company.
It’s not like the military doesn’t know how to train in difficult tasks. As a young soldier in Army military intelligence, your editor spent over 18 months in intensive Russian language, Soviet order of battle and technical intelligence training before reporting to his unit.
In this case, software developers could be trained in less than six months following coding training programs similar to those running in every major city.
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