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Meeting peace operations' requirements while maintaining MTW readiness

Autor: Jennifer M Taw; David Persselin; Maren Leed; United States. Army.; Arroyo Center.
Editora: Santa Monica, CA : RAND, 1998.
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Peace operations (POs) are arguably the military operations other than war most likely to stress the U.S. Army's ability to maintain combat readiness. POs require: a higher ratio of combat support/combat service support units and special operations forces relative to combat arms units than do major theater wars (MTWs); smaller, more tailored deployments; training for some new tasks and, more important, for a more  Ler mais...
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Gênero/Forma: Electronic books
Formato Físico Adicional: Print version:
Taw, Jennifer M., 1964-
Meeting peace operations' requirements while maintaining MTW readiness.
Santa Monica, CA : RAND, 1998
(DLC) 97044797
(OCoLC)37854388
Tipo de Material: Recurso Internet
Tipo de Documento: Recurso Internet, Arquivo de Computador
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: Jennifer M Taw; David Persselin; Maren Leed; United States. Army.; Arroyo Center.
ISBN: 058534678X 9780585346786 0833025686 9780833025685
Número OCLC: 47009765
Notas: "Arroyo Center."
"Prepared for the United States Army."
Descrição: 1 online resource (xvii, 75 p.)
Conteúdos: Tables vii --
Chapter 2 Force Structure 11 --
Emphasis on Combat Organization is Often Inappropriate for POs 11 --
Chapter 3 Training 31 --
Chapter 4 Equipment Acquisition, Supply, and Maintenance 47 --
Appendix Project Database 63.
Responsabilidade: Jennifer Morrison Taw, David Persselin, Maren Leed.

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Peace operations (POs) are arguably the military operations other than war most likely to stress the U.S. Army's ability to maintain combat readiness. POs require: a higher ratio of combat support/combat service support units and special operations forces relative to combat arms units than do major theater wars (MTWs); smaller, more tailored deployments; training for some new tasks and, more important, for a more restrictive and sensitive operational environment; and readier access to--and more of--some kinds of equipment (such as crowd and riot-control gear, nonlethal weapons, and vehicles). At a time when the Army is shrinking, changing its posture, and participating in a rising number of both exercises and operational deployments, its challenge is to both maintain MTW readiness (its primary mission) and meet the very different requirements of POs. As long as MTWs remain the national priority--and thus the Army's--the Army can make some marginal changes to force structure, training, and doctrine that will help improve PO performance while also mitigating the effects of PO deployments on MTW readiness. If POs become a higher priority, and resources remain constrained, the Army will have to trade off some MTW capabilities to better meet PO requirements. These challenges must also be viewed in light of existing Army problems (such as maintaining units at levels below normal strength and overestimating the readiness of the reserve component), which transcend POs but are severely exacerbated by PO deployments.

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