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Author: Sharon L. Pickup
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: reserve, forces, mobilizing, component, training, reevaluate, army, needs, approach
Number of Pages: 44
Published: 2009-12
ISBN-10: 1437919391
ISBN-13: 9781437919394

The Army's strategy for training its reserve component (RC) calls for units to conduct training on the primary missions for which they were organized and designed as well as the missions units are assigned in support of ongoing operations. The training is to be conducted over a 5-year cycle with a focus on primary missions during the early years and assigned missions during the later years. This report assessed the extent to which: (1) the Army is able to execute its strategy for training RC forces for their primary and assigned missions; (2) mobilization and deployment laws, regżs., and poli

Author: Gene Aloise
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: forces, personnel, system, issues, protective, address, security, doe, needs, nuclear
Number of Pages: 46
Published: 2010-08
ISBN-10: 1437928587
ISBN-13: 9781437928587

The 9/11 terrorist attacks raised concerns about the security of Dept. of Energy¿s (DoE) sites with weapons-grade nuclear material, known as Category I Special Nuclear Material (SNM). To better protect these sites against attacks, DoE has sought to transform its protective forces protecting SNM into a Tactical Response Force (TRF) with training and capabilities similar to the military. This review was conducted of protective forces at DoE sites that possess Category I SNM. This report: (1) analyzed info. on the management and compensation of protective forces; (2) examined the implementation

Author: Joseph A. Christoff
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: iraqi, security, forces, capable, development, iraq, factors, impeding, stabilizing
Number of Pages: 20
Published: 2007-07-01
ISBN-10: 142231460X
ISBN-13: 9781422314609

In Nov. 2005, the the Nat. Strategy for Victory in Iraq was issued to clarify the Pres. strategy for achieving U.S. political, security, & economic goals in Iraq. The strategy articulated the desired end-state for U.S. operations in Iraq: a peaceful, united, stable, & secure Iraq, integrated into the internat. community, & a partner in the war on terrorism. To achieve this, the U.S. is, among other things, developing Iraqi military & police forces. The U.S. goal is to transfer security respon. from the Multinational Force-Iraq to Iraqi security forces & the Iraqi govżt. as their capability &

Author: Neal P. Curtin
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: reflected, readiness, reporting, overseas, exist, training, limitations, military
Number of Pages: 52
Published: 2003-07-01
ISBN-10: 0756725267
ISBN-13: 9780756725266

Concerned that growing restrictions by host governments are limiting the training opportunities available to U.S. military forces, this report examines a number of issues related to the ability of non-CONUS-based (non-continental U.S.-based) forces to train. It assesses: (1) the types of training constraints that non-CONUS forces face & whether they are likely to increase in the future, (2) the impact these constraints have had on the ability of military units to meet their training requirements & on their reported readiness, & (3)alternatives that exist to increase training opportunities for

Author: Unknown
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: statement, posture, forces, operations, special
Number of Pages: 78
Published: 1993-08
ISBN-10: 1568067801
ISBN-13: 9781568067803

Describes the position of the U.S. special operations forces in terms of their preparedness for possible military requirements.

Author: Richard F. Grimmett
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: forces, abroad, armed, states, united, instances
Number of Pages: 33
Published: 2010-01
ISBN-10: 1437920608
ISBN-13: 9781437920604

Lists hundreds of instances in which the U.S. has used its armed forces abroad in situations of military conflict or potential conflict or for other than normal peacetime purposes. Provides a survey of past U.S. military ventures abroad, without reference to the magnitude of the given instance noted. The instances differ in number of forces, purpose, extent of hostilities, and legal authorization. Eleven times in its history the U.S. has formally declared war against foreign nations. More recent instances often involve deployment of U.S. military forces as part of a multinational operation ass

Author: United States, Government Accountability Office
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: forces, operations, special, marine, command, integrate, corps, needed, management, actions, effectively
Number of Pages: 46
ISBN-10: 1422397955
ISBN-13: 9781422397954
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