The Pentagon plants to share more information with the UK as part of an overhaul of how it wages war following a crushing loss in a wargame.
By 2030, soldiers from allied countries will soon be able to use biometrics, such as fingerprints, to access US information during a conflict.
'Well, what happens if right from the beginning that information is not available? And that's the big problem that we faced,' said Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Gen. John Hyten about the simulation on Monday.
The US 'failed miserably' in a wargame over Taiwan, solidifying the Pentagon's need to modernize. Above, US soldiers