Two Heritage scholars, Dakota Wood and Tom Spoehr, are working on a project called Rebuilding America’s Military Power (RAMP), which will provide the concrete steps needed to get America’s military back on track.
RAMP will answer questions like:
What is the role of each branch of the military in the future?
What is the role of technology (AI, cyber, autonomous weapons) and conventional weaponry?
How does the positioning and deployment of forces around the world affect our readiness?
Beyond funding, what infrastructure will we need to achieve the growth and changes we propose?
RAMP will also keep in mind the long-term nature of changes to the military to understand what other areas the United States will need to meet future challenges.
Thank you for making this project possible.
What do you think are the top three needs of America’s military today?
Next week, the Heritage Foundation will invite every candidate who are filed with the FCC to the Conservative Members Conference. At this Conference, Heritage experts will brief the candidates on conservative policies priorities.
This conference is a powerful example of how Heritage is leading the fight by educating every possible candidate in conservative policy. Each candidate is given a copy of the “Solutions 2018” handbook of conservative policy, compiled by Heritage.
Not only is this handbook given to candidates, but it’s given to every sitting member of Congress.
By attending this conference, every conservative becomes familiar with us as an organization, ensuring that Heritage is always available as a resource to them as they fight for conservative principals on Capitol Hill.
What policy recommendation are you most excited to learn more about and why?