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The US military no longer holds the technological aces—what can it do?

The country is searching for the elusive "third offset strategy"

By Robert Fry  

Nuclear-powered aircraft supercarrier USS John C. Stennis arrives in Busan port in Busan, South Korea, on March 13, 2016, to take part in the Key Resolve military exercise between the United States and South Korea. ©AP/Press Association Images

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