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Which Army Regulation defines and mandates the Defense in Depth strategy? a. AR 380-53 b. AR 25-2 c. AR 25-1 d. AR 380-5
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The answer to your question , "Which Army Regulation defines and mandates the Defense in Depth strategy ?" is b. AR 25-2
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