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Schoomaker, Peter J.

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Works: 16 works in 16 publications in 2 languages and 20 library holdings
Classifications: UA25,
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Most widely held works by Peter J Schoomaker
A statement on the posture of the United States Army, 2007 by Francis J Harvey ( Book )
1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Defense Issues: Volume 13, Number 10. Special Operations Forces: The Way Ahead ( )
1 edition published in 1997 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Threats to U.S. interests are developing new dimensions. America is increasingly challenged by regional instability, transnational dangers, asymmetric threats and the likelihood of unpredictable events. Statement presented by Gen. Peter J Schoomaker, commander, US Special Operations Command, to the members of the command
ʻAnākhot kǭngthap : honthāng khāngnā by Peter J Schoomaker ( Book )
1 edition published in 2006 in Thai and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Classification of Former Chemical Warfare, Chemical and Biological Defense, and Nuclear, Biological, Chemical Contamination Survivability Information ( )
1 edition published in 2005 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
This regulation on the classification of chemical warfare and chemical and biological defense information has been revised. This revision updates classification guidance for U.S. Army former chemical warfare programs, chemical and biological defense, and nuclear biological chemical contamination survivability information. This revision reflects the January 1996 decision to declassify information pertaining to the United States Chemical stockpile. This revision incorporates requirements of Executive Order 12958, "Classified National Security Information", which became effective on 17 April 1995
Posture statement a campaign quality Army with joint and expeditionary capabilities ( )
1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
The 2006 Army Posture Statement describes how the Army is executing The Army Plan to meet the challenges of today and to be better prepared for those we will face tomorrow. Focusing on the Soldier, our centerpiece, the Posture Statement summarizes key implications of the 21st century security environment. This discussion provides the context to examine the Army Vision to accomplish our enduring, constitutionally-derived mission. The Army Plan consists of four overarching, interrelated strategies, focusing on people, forces, training and infrastructure. We explain our initiatives, accomplishments, and compelling needs as they relate to each of these strategies. We describe transformation, not as an end in itself; but rather, how it has helped us to accomplish our mission and to realize our vision. We conclude with a discussion of risk to underscore our compelling needs
A statement on the posture of the United States Army, 2004 by Romie L Brownlee ( Book )
1 edition published in 2004 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
A statement on the posture of the United States Army, 2006 by Francis J Harvey ( Book )
1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
A statement on the posture of the United States Army, 2005 by Francis J Harvey ( Book )
1 edition published in 2005 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
The United States Army 2004 Posture Statement ( )
1 edition published in 2004 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Our Nation, and our Army, are at war. It is a different kind of war, fought against a global terrorist network and not likely to end in the foreseeable future. In the days following the attacks on September 11, 2001, President Bush spoke candidly to the Nation. "These terrorists kill not merely to end lives, but to disrupt and end a way of life." He added: "The only way to defeat terrorism as a threat to our way of life is to stop it, eliminate it and destroy it where it grows. Our Army exists to light and win our Nation's wars. We are an integral member of the Joint Team committed to winning in fulfillment of our responsibilities to national security. We are fighting to preserve the American way of life and to safeguard the many freedoms our citizens enjoy. Our Soldiers and their families have not forgotten the events of September 11, which launched us to action in Afghanistan and Iraq. They are reminded daily of the on- going conflict through separation, concern for forward-deployed loved ones and, most regrettably, news of casualties. Our Army continues the mission and remains committed to defeating our enemy
Army posture statement 2007 ( )
1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Soldiers are serving today in one of the most dangerous periods in our history. They are making enormous contributions and sacrifices at the forefront of the Global War on Terror. Their boots on the ground have enabled historic elections in Afghanistan and Iraq and will be required for democratic institutions to take hold. Operating as part of the Joint Team, our Soldiers are preventing attacks on the Nation, responding to natural disasters at home and abroad, helping to secure our borders, and underwriting our nation's commitment to defend its interests. In light of the growing threats to the Nation posed by states and non-state movements and organizations, the environment in which our Soldiers will operate will remain extraordinarily dangerous for the foreseeable future. Our mission within this environment will remain largely unchanged. The Army, as a vital ground component of the Joint Team, will be required to conduct prompt, sustained combat and stability operations. We will continue to provide the forces and capabilities to the Combatant Commanders needed to sustain the full range of U.S. global commitments in the face of growing challenges. As U.S. ground forces have demonstrated so vividly since 9-11, the ability to operate in the human dimension to directly confront, to defeat, or to otherwise influence our adversaries can only be provided by putting boots on the ground. Ground forces will play a central role in countering the spread of radical ideologies, influencing people, and bringing order and stability to troubled areas worldwide. This capability will become increasingly important for the Nation and its friends, allies, and coalition partners. To prepare our Soldiers for the challenges they will face today and tomorrow, and to sustain anticipated levels of demand for Army forces which far exceed deployments to current theaters of operation, we seek to accelerate critical aspects of our transformation
Posture Statement of the United States Army 2005 ( )
1 edition published in 2005 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
The annual Army Posture Statement is an unclassified summary of Army roles, missions, accomplishments, plans and programs. Designed to reinforce the Secretary of the Army and Chief of Staff, Army's posture and budget testimony before Congress, the Army Posture Statement serves a broad audience as a basic reference on the state of the Army
Serving a Nation at War: A Campaign Quality Army with Joint and Expeditionary Capabilities ( )
1 edition published in 2004 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
President Bush told us that this war will be unlike any other in our Nation's history. He was right. After our initial expeditionary responses and successful major combat operations in Afghanistan and Iraq, those operations have become protracted campaigns where we are providing the conditions of security needed to wage a conflict a war of ideas. This is not simply a fight against terror - terror is a tactic. This is not simply a fight against al Qaeda, its affiliates and adherents - they are foot soldiers. This is not simply a fight to bring democracy to the Middle East - that is a strategic objective. This is a fight for the very ideas at the foundation of our society, the way of life those ideas enable, and the freedoms we enjoy. The single most significant component of our new strategic reality is that because of the centrality of the ideas in conflict, this war will be a protracted one. Whereas for most of our lives the default condition has been peace, now our default expectation must be conflict. This new strategic context is the logic for reshaping the Army to be an Army of campaign quality with joint and expeditionary capabilities. The lessons learned in two and a half years of war have already propelled a wide series of changes in the Army and across the Joint team. This learning process must not stop. Although this article outlines the strategic context for the series of changes under way in our Army, its purpose is not to convince you or even to inform you. Its purpose is to cause you to reflect on and think about this new strategic context and what it portends for our future and for the Nation. All great changes in our Army have been accompanied by earnest dialogue and active debate at all levels - both within the Army and with those who care about the Army. As this article states, The best way to anticipate the future is to create it. Your thoughtful participation in this dialogue is key to creating that future
A statement on the posture of the United States Army 2007 ( )
1 edition published in 2007 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
Soldiers are serving today in one of the most dangerous periods in our history. They are making enormous contributions and sacrifices at the forefront of the Global War on Terror. Their boots on the ground have enabled historic elections in Afghanistan and Iraq and will be required for democratic institutions to take hold. Operating as part of the Joint Team, our Soldiers are preventing attacks on the Nation, responding to natural disasters at home and abroad, helping to secure our borders, and underwriting our nation's commitment to defend its interests. In light of the growing threats to the Nation posed by states and non-state movements and organizations, the environment in which our Soldiers will operate will remain extraordinarily dangerous for the foreseeable future. Our mission within this environment will remain largely unchanged. The Army, as a vital ground component of the Joint Team, will be required to conduct prompt, sustained combat and stability operations. We will continue to provide the forces and capabilities to the Combatant Commanders needed to sustain the full range of U.S. global commitments in the face of growing challenges. As U.S. ground forces have demonstrated so vividly since 9-11, the ability to operate in the human dimension to directly confront, to defeat, or to otherwise influence our adversaries can only be provided by putting boots on the ground. Ground forces will play a central role in countering the spread of radical ideologies, influencing people, and bringing order and stability to troubled areas worldwide. This capability will become increasingly important for the Nation and its friends, allies, and coalition partners. To prepare our Soldiers for the challenges they will face today and tomorrow, and to sustain anticipated levels of demand for Army forces which far exceed deployments to current theaters of operation, we seek to accelerate critical aspects of our transformation
Posture Statement of the United States Army 2006 ( )
1 edition published in 2006 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide
The 2006 Army Posture Statement describes how the Army is executing The Army Plan to meet the challenges of today and to be better prepared for those we will face tomorrow. Focusing on the Soldier, our centerpiece, the Posture Statement summarizes key implications of the 21st century security environment. This discussion provides the context to examine the Army Vision to accomplish our enduring, constitutionally-derived mission. The Army Plan consists of four overarching, interrelated strategies, focusing on people, forces, training and infrastructure. We explain our initiatives, accomplishments, and compelling needs as they relate to each of these strategies. We describe transformation, not as an end in itself; but rather, how it has helped us to accomplish our mission and to realize our vision. We conclude with a discussion of risk to underscore our compelling needs
 
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