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by Lynn E. Davis

Free eBook Stretched Thin: Army Forces for Sustained Operations download ISBN: 0833038168
Author: Lynn E. Davis
Publisher: Rand Publishing (July 27, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 124
Category: Other
Subcategory: Humanities
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William M. Hix. Michael D. Greenberg. Book Description: The nation has difficult trade-offs in facing calls on Army forces for operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. This report describes the effects of large deployments on the Army's ability to provide forces for other contingencies, to ensure that soldiers are trained, and to continue to recruit and retain soldiers. The authors found that Army plans for transformation and employing reserves at reasonable rates still fall short. Subjects: Political Science.

Can the Army sustain its current tempo of overseas deployments without reaching the breaking point? The nation has difficult trade-offs in facing calls on Army forces for operations in Iraq and Afghanistan

Can the Army sustain its current tempo of overseas deployments without reaching the breaking point? The nation has difficult trade-offs in facing calls on Army forces for operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.

The nation has difficult trade-offs in facing calls on Army forces for operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. Steps to improve the situation all involve high risks or costs.

Davis, Lynn . J Michael Polich, William M. Hix, Michael D. Greenberg, Stephen D. Brady, and Ronald E. Sortor, Stretched Thin: Army Forces for Sustained Operations, Santa Monica, Calif. RAND Corporation, MG-362-A, 2005.

Army Forces for Sustained Operations. Recent events have seen a growing demand for use of the nation's military forces, both for overseas operations and homeland security. Published October 25, 2005 by RAND Corporation.

Can the Army sustain its current tempo of overseas deployment without reaching the breaking point?