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Assessing the structure and mix of future active and reserve forces

National Defense Research Institute (Rand Corporation)

Assessing the structure and mix of future active and reserve forces

final report to the Secretary of Defense : executive summary

by National Defense Research Institute (Rand Corporation)

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Published by Rand in Santa Monica, CA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Manpower policy -- United States.,
  • United States -- Armed Forces -- Management.,
  • United States -- Defenses.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementNational Defense Research Institute.
    ContributionsUnited States. Dept. of Defense., Rand Corporation.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 16 p. ; 28 cm.
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18551293M
    ISBN 100833013297

    Background. The British Government gave an indication of its proposals for the future structure of the Army in early , in a press report stating that it was considering restructuring the Army into a force of three deployable divisional headquarters and eight 'homogenous or identical' brigades, each with a spread of heavy, medium and light capabilities.   Download the Report Part of U.S. Military Forces in FY The Struggle to Align Forces with Strategy The Air Force continues procurement and development of fifth generation aircraft to meet the demands of great power conflict while a high operational temp has forced it to invest in readiness and aging legacy platforms. Thus, the Air Force is in effect driven to a high-low mix of .

    Similarly, the Reserve Forces Policy Board has identified several policy initiatives aimed at immediately removing barriers that adversely impact the efficiency, readiness, and overall effectiveness of the RC. As active and reserve force structure is reduced, it is critical for the RC to remain an operationally viable element of the Total Force. Defense Primer: Future Years Defense Program (FYDP) Background The Future Years Defense Program (FYDP) is a projection of the forces, resources, and programs to support Department of Defense (DOD) operations. The FYDP is compiled every year and typically completed during the programming phase of the Planning, Programming,File Size: KB.

    Force support squadron. Who has overall responsibility for Air Force personnel readiness and accountability programs and directives? Which activity is considered the reach back enabler that plans and delivers versatile Air and Space power to the right place at . As part of a major reorganization of the Army’s command and control structure, the first since , all active Army divisions were grouped under three corps headquarters during the fiscal year. The object of the reshuffling was to reduce the number of units which report directly to U.S. Army Forces Command.


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Assessing the Structure and Mix of Future Active and Reserve Forces This study examines the structure and appropriate mix of active and reserve forces. It analyzes policy issues surrounding the Total Force (that is, active and reserve forces), to include Cited by: 2. RAND Assessing the Structure and Mix of Future Active and Reserve Forces The Persian Gulf Conflict provided the first major test of Total Force Policy.

Consequently, it affords unique empirical data about calling up, mobilizing, and deploying the reserve military forces that were the products of the Total Force : Marygail K. Brauner, Harry J. Thie, Roger Allen Brown. This executive summary presents the major findings and conclusions of the study, which examines the structure and appropriate mix of active and reserve forces.

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Assessing the structure and mix of future active and reserve forces. Final report to the Secretary of Defense. [National Defense Research Institute (U.S.); United States. Department of Defense. Office of the Secretary of Defense.] -- This study examines the structure and appropriate mix of active and reserve forces.

It analyzes policy issues surrounding the Total Force. Get this from a library. Assessing the structure and mix of future active and reserve forces. Effectiveness of total force policy during the Persian Gulf conflict. [Marygail K Brauner; Harry Thie; Roger Allen Brown; United States.

Department of Defense. Office of the Secretary of Defense.] -- The Persian Gulf Conflict provided the first major test of Total Force Policy. Assessing the Structure and Mix of Future Active and Reserve Forces Cost Estimation Methodology by Adele Palmer, James H.

Bigelow, Joseph G. Bolten, Deena Dizengoff, Jennifer H. Kawata, H. Massey, Robert Petruschell, Michael G. ShanleyCited by: 2. Assessing the Structure and Mix of Future Active and Reserve Forces Assessment of Policies and Practices for Implementing the Total Force Policy by Leslie Lewis, Charles Robert Roll, Jr., Cited by: 3.

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The purpose of this book (published annually) is to provide commanders, staffs and leaders with a quick reference guide of information on sustainment unit capabilities and capacities in the Army to support Unified Land Operations in a given FY. Pursuant to a legislative requirement, GAO reviewed the Army's largest ongoing initiatives integrating active and reserve combat units, focusing on the effects of these efforts on the Army's: (1) total costs; (2) force structure; (3) personnel tempo.

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the most appropriate and cost-effective mix of active and reserve forces within the total force. An analysis of the costs of a sample of deployable units of the active components of the Armed Forces and the costs of a sample of similar deployable units of the reserve components of the Armed Size: KB.

Download the Report Part of U.S. Military Forces in FY The Struggle to Align Forces with Strategy The U.S. Army’s effort to grow its force structure has been stymied by recruitment challenges, making it difficult to expand for day-to-day operations, creation of new capabilities, and wartime surge.

With modernization, the Army has increased production of proven systems and shifted. The huddle of the commanders of FORSCOM, United States Army Reserve Command, First Army, I and III Corps, 9 of the Active Army divisions, and other formations discussed standardized solutions for streamlining command posts.

The Army is paring-down the. Sustainment for the Army of and Army forces conduct a fluid mix of simultaneous offensive, defensive, and stability operations and support to. assess whether the UK’s Reserve Forces are ‘properly structured for the type of conflict we envisage undertaking in future so that we make best use of the skills, experience and capabilities of our Reservists while at the same time moving towards a more efficient structure’.

The Future ReservesFile Size: 3MB. The U.S. Army is America’s primary land warfare component. Although it addresses all types of operations across the range of ground force employment, its chief value to the nation is its ability.

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It sustains the level of readiness built in the FY FY budgets and modernizes by increasing the production of existing ships, aircraft, and munition programs.

Unlike the other services, the Navy is.assessment of mission risk—risk resulting from units being unable to meet the missions specified in Department of Defense (DOD) planning guidance. The mission risk assessment used current Army deployment practices and assumed that sufficient enabler forces would be available to sustain combat units over a multi-year Size: KB.