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Author: Unknown
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: force, base, strategy, mandates, gulf, war, new, shaped, structure, future, reserve, roles, army
Number of Pages: 69
Published: 1993-07-01
ISBN-10: 1568065353
ISBN-13: 9781568065359

Reviews the Armyıs planned force reduction and the roles that will be assigned to Army Reserve and National Guard forces. Addresses the factors influencing the Armyıs decisions on future reserve roles, rationale behind its planned reserve force reductionsk, and opportunities to more effectively use the reserves in the downsized force. Charts and tables.
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Author: David E. Johnson
Publisher: RAND
Keywords: power, air, post, war, era, cold, ground, large, lessons, evolving, roles, learning
Number of Pages: 100
Published: 2007
ISBN-10: 0833038761
ISBN-13: 9780833038760

The relative roles of U.S. ground and air power have shifted since the end of the Cold War. At the level of major operations and campaigns, the Air Force has proved capable of and committed to performing deep strike operations, which the Army long had believed the Air Force could not reliably accomplish. If air power can largely supplant Army systems in deep operations, the implications for both joint doctrine and service capabilities would be significant. To assess the shift of these roles, the author of this report analyzed post
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Author: David E. Johnson
Publisher: RAND
Keywords: power, air, post, war, era, cold, ground, large, lessons, evolving, roles, learning
Number of Pages: 100
Published: 2007
ISBN-10: 0833040294
ISBN-13: 9780833040299

The relative roles of U.S. ground and air power have shifted since the end of the Cold War. At the level of major operations and campaigns, the Air Force has proved capable of and committed to performing deep strike operations, which the Army long had believed the Air Force could not reliably accomplish. If air power can largely supplant Army systems in deep operations, the implications for both joint doctrine and service capabilities would be significant. To assess the shift of these roles, the author of this report analyzed post
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Author: Eileen R. Larence
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: agencies, federal, strengthen, assessment, efforts, roles, clarify, gangs, coordination, performance, measurement, combating
Number of Pages: 89
Published: 2010-01
ISBN-10: 1437919774
ISBN-13: 9781437919776

The Dept. of Justice (DoJ) estimates that the U.S. has about a million gang members. While state and local agencies have primary responsibility for combating gang crime, the fed. govżt. has key roles to enforce laws and help fund programs to provide alternatives to gang membership for at-risk youth. This report examines fed. efforts to combat gang crime. It addresses: (1) the roles of DoJ and the Dept. of Homeland Security (DHS) in combating gang crime and the extent to which DoJ and DHS agencies coordinate their efforts with each other and state and local agencies; (2) the extent to which Do
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Author: George H. Staleup
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: workplace, roles, eeoc, opm, federal, framework, employment, opportunity, policy, equal
Number of Pages: 38
Published: 2005-09-01
ISBN-10: 1422300471
ISBN-13: 9781422300473

The fed. gov't. has created a framework to provide for Equal Employ. Opportun. (EEO) by prohibiting unlawful discrim. based on such factors as race, color, religion, gender, nat. origin, age, & disabil., & offers redress when discrim. has occurred. Fed. agencies are required to carry out affirmative employ. & minority recruitment programs. EEOC & OPM have primary responsibility for ensuring that the gov'ts. policies for a fair, equitable, & inclusive workplace are carried out. This report provides info. on the gov'ts. perform. in promoting EEO & managing its workforce: the statutory & policy f
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Authors: Glenn Buchan, David M. Matonick, Calvin Shipbaugh
Publisher: RAND
Keywords: implications, strategy, forces, nuclear, roles, future
Number of Pages: 100
Published: 2003
ISBN-10: 0833029177
ISBN-13: 9780833029171

Since the end of the Cold War, the United States has been reexamining its basic assumptions about foreign policy and instruments of national security policy. This study examines the possible roles of nuclear weapons in contemporary U.S. national security policy. The U.S. nuclear forces are only somewhat reduced from what the nation has maintained for decades. It has a range of nuclear strategies and postures among which to choose: from abolition of U.S. nuclear weapons, aggressive reductions and
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Author: United States, General Accounting Office
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: eliminations, reductions, consolidations, realignments, opportunities, forces, missions, functions, armed, roles
Number of Pages: 86
Published: 1993-09-30
ISBN-10: 0788102583
ISBN-13: 9780788102585

A review of the 1993 report of the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff, on the roles, missions, & functions of the armed forces. Identifies opportunities for eliminations, reductions, consolidations, & realignments beyond those cited in the Chairman's report. Also discusses obstacles that make reductions in overlapping military capabilities difficult to achieve. Covers 18 specific areas.
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