Peter W Chiarelli; NATIONAL DEFENSE UNIV WASHINGTON DC INST FOR NATIONAL STRATEGIC STUDIES.
|描述：||12 pages ; 23 x 29 cm|
Service chiefs wear two hats: as advisors to the National Command Authorities and as advocates of parochial service interests. As a result divided loyalties have traditionally barred the Joint Chiefs of Staff from providing timely and effective advice to the President and the Secretary of Defense. After troubling operational experiences in Korea, Vietnam, and the Iranian hostage rescue mission, a hue and cry arose over reforming--or even replacing--JCS as an institution. Following years of congressional hearings the Goldwater-Nichols DOD Reorganization Act neither ended dual-hatting nor replaced JCS. It has, however, strengthened the role of the Chairman and promoted jointness. Organizational realignment under Goldwater-Nichols has not offset resource allocation problems which are "what the services do 90 percent of the time." Replacing JCS with a National Military Advisory Council, and the Joint Staff with a general staff, are two long overdue reforms.
- Joint military activities.
- Organizational realignment.
- Department of defense.
- Administration and management.
- Government and political science.
- Military forces and organizations.
- Military operations, strategy and tactics.
- Resource management.
- JCS(JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF)
- RESOURCE ALLOCATION PROBLEMS
- NMAC(NATIONAL MILITARY ADVISORY COUNCIL)
- DEFENSE REORGANIZATION
- GOS(GOOD OF THE SERVICE)
- GOS WAIVERS
- ACQUISITION CORPS
- GOLDWATER NICHOLS ACT