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Analysis: U.S. Should Look to Low-Signature Defense Capabilities in Asia-Pacific

The United States will need to depend increasingly on low-signature capabilities, including bombers and submarines, if it is to continue to deter rivals and reassure allies in the Asia-Pacific, a U.S. think tank report said Wednesday. According to a defense strategy report on U.S. options in East Asia from the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments in Washington, D.C., military assets that operate out of sight can play a growing role in a region that is being transformed by a rising China.